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SOUND FILMS FOR RENTAL 

at the 

EASTMAN KODAK STORES 

KODASCOPE LIBRARIES DIVISION 

9TH EDiriOS CATALOG 




Restful — 



motion — pictures for — home — 

LAUGH YOUR CARES AWAY 
with a sound film movieplay 
Relax in the comfort of your home, as your Sound Kodascope pro- 
jects our rental movies with sound. At the same time, you will be 
sharing your fun with your family. It's a wonderful way to entertain 
children who are too young to go to a movie theater, or to bring joy 
to the elderly folks at home who will undoubtedly be grateful for your 
thoughtfulness. We'll gladly help in selecting suitable programs. 



entertainment 



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EASTMAN KODAK STORES, Inc. 

KODASCOPE LIBRARIES DIVISION 
356 MADISON AVENUE AT 45th ST., NEW YORK 



EASTMAN KODAK STORES 



REGULATIONS 



KODASCOPE LIBRARIES 
DIVISION 



Because of the value of the films listed in this cata- 
log, we require applicants for rental film service to fill 
in and return the Regular Application Form, supplying 
the information requested. The Special Application Form 
is also required, if the applicant wishes to use the Spe 
cial Productions offered in Group Nos. 5 and 6. Cus- 
tomers who start a charge account will find service 
simplified, as their credit references will establish theii 
responsibility. 

The films listed herein are released for non-theatrical 
use only, and must not be used in theaters and other 
public places where 35 m/m sound films are customarily 
shown. The films are copyrighted, and no rights to copy, 
print or duplicate in any manner or method, are ex- 
tended to renters, purchasers or other users of the 
material. 

TRANSPORTATION CHARGES 

Transportation charges both ways are to be paid by 
the user. Rental films which were sent by express to the 
user, are returnable by the user to Eastman Kodak Stores 
at half of the outgoing express rate if the express com- 
pany is informed that the return shipment is a "direct 
return". 

PLEASE INSURE ALL SHIPMENTS 

We require the films to be returned either by insured 
parcel post, with the valuation set on them at $25.00 per 
reel, or by express prepaid, valued at the same amount. 
Express is more desirable as such shipments can be 
traced easier than parcel post. 
Rates quoted cover showing of the films only by the 



renter on the date specified, and they must not be loaned 
or rc-rcntcd to others. No discount can be allowed to 
dealers, or others, on films preceded by an asterisk: *. 
It is urged that alternate selections be stated wherever 
possible. Unless renter specifically orders "No Substitu- 
tions", the library will substitute, when necessary, from 
the same class of material. Information on type of audi- 
ence is a valued guide to selection of substitutes. 
Please do not rewind films, unless this is necessary 
to return the reels on which the program comes to you. 
A charge will be made for reels and cans substituted or 
not returned. Films must not be mounted in such a way 
as to cut the sound track. 

REPAIR CHARGE FOR FILM DAMAGE 

Caution! Never attempt to run a "sound" film on any 
other than a sound projector. Irreparable damage to 
Sound Film will result from running it on a "silent" 
projector. It is the practise of film distributors to charge 
customers for serious film damage at the rate of 5c per 
foot. 

CATALOGS SUPPLIED FREE 

The Librarian will, upon request, send catalogs or 
other literature on the latest types of motion picture 
cameras and projectors, "still" cameras or other photo- 
graphic equipment. Schools and. other educational 
institutions are invited to request our literature describ- 
ing equipment suitable for visual and audio-visual 
education. Sound projectors will also run any of the 
many silent subjects which we rent at lower cost. Cata 
log on request. 



FILMS MAY BE PURCHASED OUTRIGHT 

You can start a library of your own. Many of our library films may be purchased at a price reduction 
based on the number of rentals the reels have had, and if they are bought, no charge will be made for the 
current rental. A list of films available for outright purchase can be had at our store without charge. The 
price ranges from $17.50 to about $30.00 per reel. 

Projectors are available for rental, as well as films, and an operator for the projector can be provided at 
a moderate service charge. 




S,.L-1H- ll.ilil lIlL 

E.i.stman Cla.ssroom Film 
"MAKING A BOOK" 



Eastman Classroom Films 
Now Available For Rental! 

Some of the Eastman Classroom FUms, which were 
formerly offered for outright sale, are now obtainable 
from us on rental. A list of these true visual teaching 
aids is supplied without charge. 



Scanned from the collection of 
David Pierce 



Coordinated by the 

Media History Digital Library 

www.mediahistoryproject.org 



Funded by a donation from 
David Pierce 



Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2011 with funding from 

IVIedia History Digital Library 



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CLASSIFICATION INDEX 



See page 2 for Numerical Index. 



See page 3 for Alphabetical Index. 



Adventure I7' 

Cartoon Connedies - 7-9-10- 

Cartoon Comedies in Color 10- 

Cartoon Comedies for Children 

Under 10 7-10-22-23- 

Cine-Color Cartoon Comedies 

Comedies and Musicals IO-il-12- 

21-24-25-26-27-28-29-30- 

Dance 12-13-14-24- 

Detective Stories ....21-22-25-27-28-29- 

Feature Pictures 20-21-22 and 25 

Foreign Language Pictures 

Games and Sports 15-16- 

Historical 1 7- 

Major Bowes' Amateurs _ 

Major Productions .10-22-25-26- 

30- 
Melodies _...I2- 



-27-33 
22-26 
23-26 

24-26 

10 

13-14 
32-33 
25-33 
32-33 
to 33 

33 

17-33 
18-33 

10 

28-29 
31-32 
13-14 



Mickey Mc. Guire Comedies 8 

Mickey Mouse Cartoons -. 22-23 

Miscellaneous and News Reels ....17-18-27-33 

Movies for Children Under 10 7-8-9-10 

22-23-24-26-33 
Musical Short Subjects ...10 to 14-24 to 26-33 
Musical Classics of Great Composers.... 1 3 

14-26-33 

Musical Westerns 21 

Mystery 2 1-22-25-27-28-30-32-33 

Old Time Movies 15-33 

Opera Music 14-26-33 

Operettas 8-25-32 

Organlogues 12-13 

Religious 14-22-33 

RKO Pictures _...30 

Shirley Temple Comedies 25 

Silly Symphony Cartoons _ 23 



Silly Symphony Cartoons In Color ...23-24 

Songs 12-13-14-24-25-26-33 

Special Productions, Group No. I 24 

Special Productions, Group No. 2 25 

Special Productions. Group No. 3 ....25-26 

27-28 

Special Productions, Group No. 4 28 

Special Productions, Group No. 5 29 

Special Productions, Group No. 6 30 

Special Productions, Group No. 7 ....32-33 

Sports and Games 15-16-17-33 

Stories for Children 8-20-33 

Technicolor Cartoon Comedies .26 

Travel Films 18-19-20-33 

Universal Pictures 29 

Variety Entertainment 10-14-24-33 

Western Features 9-20-21-22-25-26-27 

28-32 
Western Featurettes 9 



WELL-KNOWN PERFORMERS 



PARTIAL LIST OF PROMINENT PLAYERS IN THE 16 M/M SOUND FILMS AVAILABLE FOR RENTAL FROM THE EASTMAN KODAK STORES 



Perfo 



Page 



Abbott & Costello 30 

Allen, Grade 3 I 

Andrews Sisters 29-31 

Armstrong, Robert 25 

Arthur, Jean 28 

Astaire, Fred 31-32 

Ball, Lucille 3 1-32 

Barrymore, John 31 

Bartholomew, Freddie 3! 

Bennett, Constance 29 

Bennett, Joan 28-29-31 

Benny, Jack 25 

Bergen, Edgar 30 

Blondell, Joan 28-29 

Boles, John 3 1 

Boyer, Charles 28-29-31 

Brady, Alice 29 

Brown, Tom 29-30 

Burns, Bob 29-32 

Burns, George 3 I 

Carroll, Madeleine 25-28 

Colbert, Claudette 25 

Colman, Ronald 31 

Cooper, Jackie 29 

Crosby, Bing _ 11-12-29 

Cummings, Robert 30 

Devine, Andy 30 

Dietrich, Marlene 28-30 

Donat, Robert 25-28 

Douglas, Melvyn 27 

Dunne, Irene 3 I 

Durbin, Deanna _ „ 29-30 



Perfori 



Page 



Errol, Leon 30-3 1 

Erwin, Stuart 28 

Fairbanks, Jr., Douglas. 28-29-30-31 

Fields, W. C 30 

Fonda, Henry 28-31 

Fontaine, Joan 31 

Francis, Kay 30-3 I 

Grable, Betty 30 

Grant, Cary „ 31 

Hepburn, Katherine 31-32 

Herbert, Hugh 29-30 

Hopkins, Miriam 28 

Howard, Leslie 28 

Jean, Gloria 30 

Jones, Allan 29-30 

Kyser, Kay 32 

Lamarr, Hedy 28 

La ng, June 29 

Langford, Frances 32 

Laughton, Charles 28-31-32 

Laurel & Hardy 28 

Lederer, Francis 28 

Leeds, Andrea 30 

Lombard, Carole 32 

Lupino, Ida 28-31 

Marshall, Herbert 30 

Martini, Nino 28 

Marx Brothers 32 

Massey, Raymond 28-29-30 

McCarthy, Charlie 30 



Perfori 



Page 



McCrea, Joel 32 

McLaglen, Victor 29-31 

Moore, Dickie _ 27 

Morley, Karen 27 

Nagel, Anne 30 

Niven, David 3 I 

Oakle, Jack 31-32 

Oberon, Merle 28-29 

Parkykarkus 32 

Parrish, Helen 29-30 

Pons, Lily 3 1 

Rathbone, Basil 28 

Raye, Martha 29 

Raymond, Gene 25-31-32 

Riti Brothers _ 29 

Rogers, Ginger 31-32 

Rocney, Mickey 

(as Mickey McGuire) 8-9 

Ruggles, Charlie 29-31 

Sanders, George 29-31-32 

Scott, Randolph 25-30 

Stanwyck, Barbara 25-31 

Stewart, James 32 

Sullavan, Margaret 29 

Temple, Shirley 25 

Velez, Lupe 25-31 

Wayne, John '. 29-30 

West, Mae 30 

Wheeler & Woolsey 31 

Winninger, Charles 29 

Young, Robert 25 



NUMERICAL INDEX 



Page 

25 

25 

25 

25 

25 

25 

25 

_.25 

25 

25 

25 

25 

24 

__24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

__-24 

24 

__24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

__24 
__24 
.__24 

-24 

24 

24 

24 

.25 

25 

32 

32 

32 

32 

32 

32 

32 

32 

32 

33 

33 

33 

33 

33 

33 

_..33 

33 

__33 
__33 

33 

33 

33 

33 

33 

33 

33 

-_..33 

33 

33 

33 

_ 33 
33 



Film No. Page 

633 33 

634 33 

635 33 

636 _33 

637 33 

638 33 

639 33 

640 33 

1600 __I5 

1601 15 

1602 15 

1603 15 

1604 IS 

1606 15 

1607 15 

1608 17 

1609 _I7 

1610 _I8 

1611 18 

1612 18 

1613 18 
1614 18 

1615 18 

1616 13 

1617 13 

1618 13 

1619 13 

1620 13 

1621 _I3 

1622 _I3 

1623 __I8 

1624 17 

1625 13 

1626 17 

1627 17 

1628 _I5 

1629 13 

1630 ._ 14 

1631 13 

1632 13 

1633 13 

1634 13 

1635 17 

1636 17 

1637 18 

1638 . 16 

1639 16 

1640 18 

1641 13 

1642 13 

1643 13 

1644 13 

1645 17 

1646 . 16 

1648 18 

1649 16 

1650 _ 16 

1654 16 

1655 18 

1656 16 

1657 16 

1658 16 

tb59 _ 17 

1662 16 

1663 8 

1664 _ 17 

1665 17 

1666 17 

1667 „ 16 

1668 16 

1669 16 

1670 _20 



Film No 

1672 _ 

1673 __ 

1674 _ 

1675 _ 

1676 _ 

1677 _ 

1678 _ 

1679 __ 

1687 _ 

1688 _ 

1689 „ 

1690 _ 

1691 _ 

1692 _ 

1693 __ 

1694 _ 

1695 _ 

1696 _ 

1697 _ 

1698 _ 
1699 
1700 
1701 
1702 
1703 
1704 
1705 
1706 
1707 
1708 
1709 
1710 
1711 
1712 
1713 
1720 
1721 
1722 
1723 
1724 
1725 
1726 
1727 
1728 
1729 
1730 
1731 
1732 



Page 

17 

__ 8 

16 

__I9 

13 

13 

13 

13 

17 

17 

17 

13 

18 

18 

18 

-14 

14 

14 

14 




.16 
J6 
.16 
J6 
.16 
.16 
.16 
.16 
„ 8 
.16 
.16 
.16 
.17 
_I7 
_I7 
_I7 
.17 
.17 
17 
.17 
.17 
.16 



1733 16 

1734 16 




Film No. 

1822 

1823 

1825 

1826 

1827 

1828 

1829 

1830 

1850 

1851 . 

1852 

1853 

1854 

1855 

1856 

1857 

1858 

1859 

1860 

1861 

1862 

1863 

1864 

1865 _.„_„ 

1866 . 

1867 

1868 

1869 

1870 

1871 

1872 

4600 

4601 

4602 

4604 .. ... 

4605 . 

4606 

4607 

4608 

4609 

4610 

4611 

4612 

4613 

4614 

4615 

4616 

4617 _. 

4618 

4619 ...... 

4620 

4621 .„_„ 

4622 

4623 

4624 

4625 

4626 

4629 

4630 

4631 

4632 

4634 

4635 _ 

4636 

4637 

4638 

4639 

4640 

4641 

4642 „ 

4643 . 

4644 



Page 

19 

19 

16 

16 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

.....50 

._ 20 

20 

.20 
.20 



20 
20 
20 
.20 
.50 
.12 
.11 
_.ll 
„I2 
_ll 
_ll 
.12 
.12 
_I2 
_ 8 
_ 8 
_ll 
_I2 
_ll 
_I2 
.12 
_ll 
„ll 
_I2 
_ 8 
._ll 
-.11 
... 8 
..12 
_ll 
..II 
_ll 
.11 
_ 8 



-15 
.11 
.15 
.11 
.12 
.10 
.10 
.10 
-10 
-10 
-10 



Film No. 

4645 .- 

4646 

4647 

4648 . . 
4649 

4655 

4656 

4657 

4658 

4659 

4670 

4671 

4672 . 

4673 

4674 _ 

4675 . . 

4676 

4680 

4681 

4682 

4683 

4684 

4685 __ 

4686 
4687 
4688 
4689 

4690 

4691 

4692 

4800 -. 

4801 - 

4802 

4803 
4804 

4805 

4806 

4807 

4808 

4809 
4810 

4811 _ 

4812 _„ 

4813 

4814 _. 

5600 

5601 

6600 

6601 

6602 

6603 .. 

6604 

6605 

6606 .. 

6607 

6608 

6609 

6610 

6611 

6612 
6613 
6614 

7600 

7601 

7602 ... 

7603 .... 
7604 
7605 
7606 
7607 

7608 

7609 _ 



Page 
8 

8 

8 

9 

II 

12 

II 

__ll 

1 1 

II 

15 

15 

.15 

15 

15 

II 

._. 11 

II 

12 

. 12 

._. 12 

._ 12 

12 

..-.-12 

8 

. 9 

9 

9 

._ . 9 
9 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

... . 8 

8 

8 

9 

_ 9 

...... 9 

9 

9 

8 

22 
22 

14 

- 14 

14 

14 

14 

_ 14 

14 

14 

14 

14 

14 

14 
14 
14 
14 

7 

7 

9 

. 7 

9 

9 

9 
7 

-_ 7 

9 



Film No. Page 

7611 7 

7612 9 

7613 . 9 

7614 9 

7616 9 

7617 7 

7618 7 

7619 9 

7620 _ _ 9 

7621 9 

7622 9 

7623 9 

7624 9 

7625 22 

7626 .22 

7627 .22 

7628 _:22 

7629 23 

7630 23 

7631 23 

7632 23 

7633 .23 

7634 23 

7635 23 

7636 23 

7637 -_ 23 

7641 23 

7642 23 

7643 23 

7644 23 

7645 23 

7646 23 

7647 23 

7648 ....- 23 

7649 - 23 

7650 23 

7651 23 

7652 - 23 

7653 23 

7654 23 

7655 .23 

7656 23 

7657 23 

7700 7 
770! 7 

7702 7 

7703 7 

7704 7 

7705 

7706 7 

7707 7 

7708 7 

7709 7 

7710 .- 7 

7711 7 

7712 7 

7713 - 7 

7714 7 

7715 7 

7716 -.._ 7 

7717 7 

7718 7 

7719 7 

7720 7 

7721 7 

7722 7 

7723 9 

7724 9 

7725 9 

7726 10 

7727 10 

7728 10 



Film No. Page 

7729 _. 7 

7730 10 

7731 _I0 

7732 _ 10 

7733 15 

7734 _. 10 

7735 10 

7736 10 

7737 7 

7738 10 

7739 __ 10 

7740 7 

7800 23 

7801 23 

7802 23 

7803 23 

7805 23 

7806 23 

7807 23 

7808 __ 23 

7809 23 

7810 23 

7811 24 

7812 __24 

7813 24 

7814 24 

7815 24 

7825 10 

7826 10 

7827 10 

7828 10 

7829 10 

7830 : 10 

8600 _____20 
8601 20 

8602 _-22 

8603 22 

8604 ._ JO 

8605 20 

8606 .._ _5I 

8607 21 

8608 2\ 

8609 21 

8610 _20 

86 1 2 20 

8613 __.21 

8615 20 

8616 JO 

8618 ..J'.2I 

8619 20 

8620 _..20 

8622 21 

8623 J I 

8624 20 

8626 20 

B627 21 

8628 22 

8629 22 

B630 JO 

8631 22 

8632 22 

8633 __- 21 

8634 22 

8635 _ 22 

8642 21 

8660 .. 21 

8661 .21 

8662 21 

8663 21 

8664 21 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX 



See page I for Classification Index. 



See page 2 for Numerical Index. 



Abe Lincoln in Illinois 

Add Test, The (4685) 

Adnriirals of Tomorrow (638) 

Adventures at ttie Baskervllles 

Adventures of the Masked Phantom.... 

Affairs of Mr. Flow, The (615) 

Afiican Mystery, An (1636) 

Africa Squawks (4621) 

Aid a - 

Air Eagles (8610) 

Air for the G String (6609) 

Aladdin's Lamp (7825) 

Algiers _ 

Alias the Deacon 

Alice in Wonderland (4801) 

Alleghany Uprising 

Allez Ooo (4682) 

All for Mabel (4605) 

All's Fair (70) 

Along Came a Duck (7700) 

Along the French Riviera (1855) 

American Legion In New York (1664). 

America or Bust (4607) 

America's High Spots (1804) 

Ancient Cities of France (1852) 

Animal Fair, The (7711) 

Annabelle Takes a Tour 

Anne of Windy Poplars 

Anything for a Thrill , 

Apeing Hollywood (4625) 

Aquabatlcs (1703) 

Archery versus Golf (1705) 

Arctic Antics (7641) 

Argentine Nights 

Arizona Cyclone, The (4^12) 

Arizona Terror, The (8633) 

Ask Uncle Sol (71) 

At the Dentist's (4602) 

Ave Maria — Canterbury (6610) 

Ave Maria — Chartres (6611) 

B 

Babes in the Woods (4631) 

Babes in the Woods (7802) 

Bachelor Mother, The 

Back Street 

Bali (1871) 

Baltimore (63!) 

Barcelona to Valencia (1610) 

Baseball (1711) 

Battling Silver Kings (1701) _ 

Beanstalk Jack (7726) 

Beautiful Blue Danube (632) 

Beethoven, Ludwig Van (6605) 

Believe It or Don't (1627) 

Belle of Samoa, The (4619 

Big Aople, The (95) 

Big Cheese, The (7606) 

Big Fish (1700) 

Big Guy 

Big Race, The (8613) 

Big Scare, The (7613) _ 

Birds in the Spring (7800) 

Birds of a Feather (7651) 

Bird Store, The (7646) 

Bizet, Georges (6601) 

Black Beauty (8626) 

Black Gold 



.30 
.12 

.33 
.28 

28 

.33 
.17 
..II 
.26 
..20 

.14 
..10 
.28 
.29 
.. 8 

.30 
..12 
.11 
.24 
.. 7 
.19 

.17 
12 
.18 
.19 
.. 7 
.31 
.31 
.27 

.11 
..16 

.16 
.23 
.29 
.. 9 
.21 

24 

.11 

.14 
.14 

.. 8 
.23 

.31 
.29 
.20 
.33 
..18 
.16 
...16 

.10 
.33 
.14 
-.17 

.12 
.24 
.. 9 
.16 
.29 
.21 
.. 9 
.23 

23 
.23 
..14 
.20 
.27 



Blockade 28 

Blimp Mystery, The (4626) II 

Blue of the Night, The (4635) 1 1 

Bold King Cole 26 

Bond, Carrie J. (1630) 14 

Bonelll, Richard (1644) 13 

Born to Fight 27 

Bounding Main, The (72) 24 

Boy Meets Dog (7740) 7 

Boys from Syracuse, The _ 29 

Brahms, Johannes (6600) 14 

Breakfast in Bed (4615) 12 

Bringing Up Baby 31 

British Empire, Lifeline of (1863) 20 

Broadway Dance Parade (1678) 13 

Broadway to the Jungle (8605) 20 

Bubbles and Troubles (7708) 7 

Bubbling Over (4637) II 

Bugvllle Romance, A (7600) 7 

Busy Beavers (7650) 23 

C 

California Straight Ahead 29 

Call of the North, The 26 

Call of the Wilderness, The 27 

Camera Thrills in Africa (1720) 16 

Canada's High Spots (1808) 18 

Canal Gypsies (1623) 18 

Carefree 3! 

Carrying the Mail (4811) 9 

Cast Adrift— and Howl (4634) 15 

Catherine the Great _...28 

Champlonshio Basketball (1730) 17 

Charleston, S. C. 0806) 18 

China Plate, The (7644) _ 23 

China Shop. The (7808) 23 

Chinese Jinks (7734) 10 

Chloe (8609) . 2! 

Chooin, Frederick (6604) 14 

Christmas Time In Toyland (4814) 8 

Chu Chin Chow (20) 25 

Cimarron 3 I 

Cities of North Africa (1851) 19 

CItv of David, The (1811) 18 

Code of the Mounted, The 26 

College Footbal 1940 (1732) 16 

Colleae Football 1941 (1733) 16 

College Football 1942 (1734) 16 

Colonial Williamsburg (1868) 20 

Conauest of the Alos (633) 33 

Coral Isles of the Atlantic (1818) 19 

Coronation of Pope Plus XII (1689) 17 

Cougar, the King Killer 06281 15 

Count of Monte Cristo, The (21) 25 

Courage of the West, The 27 

Covered Waqon, The (86421 21 

Cowboys and Indians (4670) IS 

Crimson Circle. The (601) 32 

Hross Country Romance 31 

Crvstal Champions (1607) 15 

Cuckoo Murder Case, The (7622) 9 

Cupid Gets his Man 26 

D 

Damascus and Jerusalem (1864) 20 

Damsel In Distress, A 31 

Dance Girl, Dance 31 

Dance of the Hours (6614) 14 

Dangerous Mountain Climbing (1752) ...17 
Dangerous Trails (1673) 8 



Dangerous Youth (4616) .. 

Daniel Boone (22) 

Dark Sands 

Davis, Benny (1622) 

Day at the Zoo, A (4808) . 
Day In Vienna, A (1869) ... 
Day the Bookies Wept, The 

Deadwood Pass (8615) 

Dental Follies (73) 

Devil Diamond, The 



De Woild's Champeen (4629) . 

Dixie Days (7618) 

Docks of San Francisco, The ... 

Dog Show (1713) 

Don Donald (7809) 

Dora's Dunking Doughnuts 

Down In Dixie (7728) _ 

Drama of 1904, A (4673) 

Dream House (4680) 

Dreaming Lips 

Drug on the Market, A (4683) 
Drums of Jeopardy (8628) 



East Side of Heaven 

Edge of the World, The 

Edwards, Gus (1621) 

Egypt, Exotic (1812) 

Egypt, Land of Pyramids (1614) 

EIli-EIli (1642) 

Elephant Boy ., 

Elmer Elephant (7815) 

En Saga ("Laila") (616) 

Escape from Yesterday (617) 

Eskimo Bride, The (618) 

Ex-Champ 

Exposure (8616) 

F 

Fabulous Marseilles (1852) 

Fakirs of the East (1823) 

Falling Waters of Yosemite (1829) 

Family Next Door, The 

Family Shoe, The (7706) 

Father Noah's Ark (7801) 

Father O'Flynn (602) 

Feathered Follies (7719) _ 

Feline Fighter, The (1639) 

Feminine Flashes In Sport (1708) 

Fifth Avenue Girl 

Fifty-second Street 

Fight for your Lady 

Fighting Texan, The 

FIghtIn' Thru (8631) 

Fighting Trooper, The 

First Love 

Fisherman's Luck (7720) .'. 

Fish From Hell (1646) 

Fishing in the Fjords (1710) 

Flying Deuces, The 

Flying Mouse, The (7813) 

Follow Thru (1731) , 

Forbidden Territory (603) 

For Love or Money 

For Old Time's Sake (1641) 

Foster, Stephen (6603) 

Four Barriers, The (634) 

Fresh Water Fishing (1727) 

Frolicking Fish (7647) 

Frozen Frolics (7601) 



..12 
..25 
.28 
..13 
.. 8 
..20 
.30 
..20 
..24 
..27 
..II 
.. 7 
..27 
.. 8 
..23 
..25 
..10 
..15 
..II 
..28 
..12 
.22 

.29 
..27 
..13 

.18 
.18 

.13 
.28 
.24 

.33 
..33 
..33 
..29 
.20 



..19 
.. 8 
..19 
..29 
.. 7 
..23 
..32 
.. 7 

.16 
.16 
.31 
.28 

.31 
.27 
.22 
..26 
.29 
.. 7 
.16 
..16 
.28 
.24 
..17 
..32 
..29 
..13 
..14 
.33 
.17 
.23 
.. 7 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX 

See page I for Classification Index. See page 2 for Numerical Index. 

(Continued) 



Fun in Florida (1830) 19 

Fun on the Ice (7723) 9 

G 

Gaiety Girls, The 28 

Galloping Ronneo, The (8624) 20 

Gateway to India (1615) 18 

Gathering of the Clans (4804) 8 

Gay and Beautiful Budapest (1859) 19 

Gay Desperado, The 28 

Ghost Goes West, The 28 

Gifts in Rhythm (74) 24 

Girl from Maxim's, The (604) 32 

Glimpses of Paris (I860) 19 

Go Easy, Doctor (4600) 12 

Going Native (75) 24 

Golden Pagoda, The (1608) 17 

Golem, The (619) 33 

Goodbye Broadway _ 29 

Good Old School Days (7607) 7 

Goose that Laid the Golden Egg 26 

Granada to Toledo (1612) 18 

Grandfather's Clock (7702) 7 

Grand Uproar (7717) 7 

Grass (1645) -. 17 

Grasshopper, The (7807) 23 

Great Man Votes. The 31 

Green Hell - 29 

Gunga Din 3 1 

Gypped in Egypt (7612) 9 

H 

Handel, George F. (6602) 14 

Happy Golf (1601) 15 

Happy Polo (7722) 7 

Harmony Broadcast (4644) 10 

Haunted Ship, The (7602) 9 

Having a Wonderful Time 31 

Hawaii (1819) 19 

Headline Crasher, The 27 

Hello, Mama (1694) 14 

Her New Chauffeur (4609) 12 

Her Uncle Sam (23) 25 

High Flyers 3 I 

Highlights of the Olympics (1658) 16 

Hillbilly Love (76) 24 

His Private Secretary (8612) 20 

Historic Sites and Resorts (1853) 19 

History is Made at Night 28 

Hits, Runs 'N Errors (1656) 16 

Hitting a New High 31 

Holland Days (7715) 7 

Hollywood Gadabout, The (96) 25 

Holy Land, The (1810) 18 

Honesty Pays, But Not Much (4686) 12 

Hong Kong (1865) 20 

Honolulu to Havana (1640) 18 

Honor System, The (4618) II 

Horses (1667) 16 

Hot Tamale (7736) 10 

Hotel Mystery, The (4601) II 

House of Seven Gabies „ 29 

How's Crops? (7705) 7 

How to Dance the Shag (97) 25 

Hunchback of Notre Dame, The 31 

Hurricane Horseman, The (8604) 20 

I 
I Cover the Waterfront (24) 25 



Ikpuck, the Igloo Dweller (1820) 8 

I Met my Love Again 28 

I'm From the City 31 

Indian Villages (639) 33 

Indian Whoopee (7732) 10 

In old Madrid (1613) 18 

Inside Information 29 

Inside Russia (630) 33 

In the Footsteps of St. Patrick 27 

Invisible Man Returns, The 30 

Invitation to the Waltz (605) 32 

Isle of Spice, The (1817) ^ 19 

I Surrender, Dear (4681) 12 

It's a Bird (621) 33 

It's a Greek Life 26 

J 

Jack and the Beanstalk (4632) 8 

Jack Frost (7826) 10 

Jai Alai ("Hi-Li") (172!) 16 

Jail Birds (7620) 9 

Joy of Living, The 31 

Jungle Fool, The (7603) 7 

Jungle Jazi (7614) 9 

Just a Clown (7716) 7 

K 

Kamet Conquered 27 

Kathleen (606) 32 

Kentucky Jubilee Singers, "A" {I676)....I3 
Kentucky Jubilee Singers, "B" (1677).... 13 

Kiddie Jamboree (4803) 8 

King George VI, Visit of (1687) 17 

King Kong 30 

King Neptune (7806) 23 

King of Kings, The (5600) 22 

King's Tailor, The (7827) 10 

Kitty Foyle 3 1 

Klondike (8623) 21 

Knight without Armor 28 

Know your Football (1723) 17 

L 

Lady of the Lake (8600) 20 

Land of Evangeline (1809) 18 

Last Dogie, The (77) 24 

Last Mail, The (7707) 7 

Last of the Mohicans, The (25) 25 

Latin Rhythm (1695) 14 

Law of the Tong (8608) 21 

League of Nations, The (7609) 9 

Let 'Er Buck (1604) 15 

Let's Make Music 31 

Let's See Yosemite (1828) 19 

Letter of Introduction 30 

Life in Lapland (1815) 19 

Liszt, Franz (6608) 14 

Little Big House, The (4624) 12 

Little Bird Told Me, A (7701) 7 

Little Bit of Heaven, A 30 

Little Boy Blue (7737) 7 

Little Cinnamon (4620) 8 

Little Covered Wagon (4622) II 

Little Friend of all the World, A (4802) 8 

Little Hiawatha (7811) 24 

Little Men 3 1 

Little Red Schoolhouse 27 

Little Women 31 

London, England (1800) 18 



Lone Rider, The (4813) 9 

Love Affair 31 

Love from a Stranger 28 

Love Goes West (78) 24 

Lucky Partners 3! 

Lullaby Land (7803) 23 

M 

Mad About Music 30 

Mad Melody (7712) 7 

Mad Miss Manton, The 31 

Ma, He's Making Eyes at Me 30 

Major Bowes' Amateurs 10 

Makin' 'Em Move (7725) 9 

Making the Funnies (622) 33 

Managed Money 25 

Manchukuo (1637) 18 

Manila (1866) 20 

Man who Could Work Miracles, The ....28 

Man who Lived Again, The (26) 25 

March of the Movies, The (1670) 20 

Mary's Little Lamb (7828) 10 

Ma's Pride and Joy (4659) II 

Melodies of Love (1632) 13 

Melody Maker, The (607) 32 

Melody Makers (4642) 10 

Melody of the Plains (8661) 21 

Melody on Parade (1616) 13 

Memories (1619) 13 

Memory Lingers On, The (4674) „ 15 

Men are not Gods 28 

Men of Action 27 

Men of the Alps (635) 33 

Merrily Yours 25 

Mexican Spitfire, The .- 31 

Mexican Spitfire Out West, The 3! 

Mickey McGuire's Big Project (4646) .... 8 

Mickey McGuire's Brigade (4645) 8 

Mickey McGuire's Champs (461 I j 8 

Mickey McGuire's Covered Wagon 

(4687) 8 

Mickey McGuire's Fair Play (4647) . 8 
Mickey McGuire's Medicine Man (4688) 9 
Mickey McGuire's Midnight Follies 

(4649) .11 



ckey McGuire's Minstrels (4689) .. 

ckey McGuire's Rescue (4690) 

ckey McGuire's Special Job (4648) 

ckey McGuire's Tent Show (4691) ., 

ckey McGuire's Touchdown (4692) 

key Mouse Cartoons 

key Mouse Cartoons in Color .... 

key Cut's Up (7627) 

key In Arabia (7630) 

ckey In "Camping Out" (7653) .... 

ckey In "Playful Pluto" (7656) .... 

ckey In "Two-Gun Mickey" (7657) 

ckey Plays Papa (7655) 



9 

9 

9 

9 

9 

22-23 

23 

22 

23 

23 

23 

23 

23 



key's Barnyard Broadcast (7629) 23 

ckey's Beach Party -(7626) 22 

ckey's Birthday Party (7625) 22 

ckey's Gorilla Mystery (7633) 23 

ckey's Moose Hunt (7635) 23 

ckey's Musical Farmer (7634) 23 

ckey's Orphans (7628) 22 

ckey's Pioneer Days (7631) 23 

ckey's Service Station (7637) 23 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX 

See page I for Classification Index. See page 2 for Numerical Inde 

(Continued) 



Mickey's Steam Roller (7654) 23 

Mickey the Castaway (7632) _..23 

Mickey the Grocery Boy (7636) 23 

Midnight (7611) .... 7 

Midnight in a Toy Shop f7649) 23 

Midsummer in Sweden (1816) 19 

Millionaire Playboy, The 31 

Million Dollar Melody (4684) 12 

Missing Evidence „.-29 

Mission San Juan Capistrano (1655) 18 

Miss Lonely Hearts (79) 24 

Molly Moo Cow and the Butterflies 26 

Molly Moo Cow and the Indians ---. 26 

Molly Moo Cow and Rip Van Winkle -..26 
Molly Moo Cow and Robinson Crusoe.. ..26 

Monarchs of the Ring (1722) 16 

Moonlight on the Range (8662) 21 

Mother Goose Melodies (7643) 23 

Movie Mad (7623) _„ 9 

Murder at Midnight (8632) _..22 

Murder on Diamond Row 28 

Musical Moments (1625) _ _..I3 

Musical Varieties (4639) _ 10 

My Favorite Wife 31 

My Five Sans (623) _ _. _..33 

My Little Chickadee _..30 

N 

Neptune Nonsense 26 

New York -(1803) _ _ „„.I8 

New York World's Fair (1821) _..I9 

Night ( 7652 )- _ 23 

Noah Knew hh Ark (7617) 7 

No, No, Nanette 31 

Normandy to Mont St. Michel (1857) ....19 
Northern Frontier, The _ 26 

O 

Old Faithful Speaks (1807) _..I8 

Old Family Album, No. I (627) 33 

Old Family Album, No. 2 (628) 33 

Old Mother Hubbard (7829) 10 

Old Spanish Custom, An (608) 32 

Old Towns of Normandy (1854) 19 

Oliver Twist (8620) __20 

On Ice (7810) _.23 

One Night In the Tropics _.30 

One Punch O'Toole (4630) II 

One Rainy Afternoon .-. 28 

Oriental Phantasy (1617) 13 

Our Daily Bread _27 

Outsider, The 29 

P 

Palooka (27) .. 25 

Pals of the Prairie (4810) 9 

Pals of the West (4809) _. 9 

Pandora (7727) 10 

Paradise Island (8634) : 22 

Par and Double Par (1602) ..._ _..I5 

Pardon my Pups .25 

Paris (1801) _ 18 

Passion Play, The (5601) 22 

Peck's Bad Boy with the Circus (28) 25 

Phantom, The (8607) 21 

Phantom Broadcast, The (8622) 21 

Phantom Patrol, The 27 

Pickaninny Blues (7730) _ _I0 

Pied Piper, The (7805) „ _23 



Pin Cushion Man, The (7830) 10 

Pink Lemonade (80) 24 

Pirate Ship, The (7738) 10 



Play! Girls 



il) 



...24 



Poppin' the Cork (4655) 12 

Pot Luck (82) .24 

Prescription for Romance 30 

Primrose Path, The _ _32 

Private Life of Don Juan, The 29 

Private Life of Henry Vlll, The .....28 

Prominent Personalities (1688) 17 

Puss in Boots (4610) 8 

Puzzled Pals (7709) 7 

Pyrenees to Lourdes (1850) 19 

Q 

Quaint Towns and Resorts (1861) 19 

Queen's Birthday, The (83) 24 

R 

Rabid Hunters (7710) 7 

Racing Blood 27 

Radio City Revels 32 

Radio Revels (4641) 10 

Radio Hook-Up (1696) 14 

Rage of Paris, The 30 

Ra-Mu (Ethiopia) (1648) 18 

Ranch House Blues (4612) 11 

Rangle River (609) 32 

Red Blood of Courage. The 27 

Red Lights Ahead 27 

Red Riding Hood (7616) 9 

Redskin Blues (7724) 9 

Rembrandt (short film) (1692).. 18 

Rembrandt (feature film) 28 

Return of the Scarlet Pimpernel, The 29 

Rhapsody In Black (1634) 13 

Rhythms from Cuba (624) 33 

Rhythm Saves the Day (84) 24 

Ride 'Em Cowboy (1726) 17 

Riders of Riley (1712) 16 

Ring Goes Round, The (85) 24 

Rio de Janeiro (1867) 20 

Rip Van Winkle (7718) 7 

Roaming Cowboy, The (8664) 21 

Robinson Crusoe (4806) 8 

Romance Rides the Range (8663) 21 

Rome (1802) .. _I8 

Romeo and Juliet (7739) 10 

Romeo Monk, A (7731) 10 

Room Service 32 

Rosamunde 26 

Round the World in Song (1631) 13 

Rubevllle NIte Club (4613).. 12 

Runaway Blackle, The (7714) 7 

S 

Saha ra (1813) 1 8 

Saint in London, The 32 

Saint In New York, The _ 32 

Saint in Palm Springs, The 32 

Saint's Double Trouble, The 31 

Saint Takes Over, The 32 

Sanders of the River 28 

Sandy is a Lady 30 

San Francisco ( 1 870)-^TrTiTi^m>,^^^. 20 

San Francisco Fair (1822) /. 19 

Santa's Toy Shop (7729) 7 

Scarlet Pimpernel, The 28 



Sea-Going Sheiks (4604) 12 

Sea-Going Thrills (1704) 16 

Sea Killers (1702) 16 

Secret Agent (29) 25 

Secret of Stamboul, The (610) 33 

See, No. 1 (1663) 8 

See, No. 2 (1666) 17 

See, No. 3 (1672) 17 

Seeing Injuns (4608) 12 

Seeing Nellie Home (86) 24 

See Uncle Sol (87) 24 

Self-Defense (1603) _.IS 

Service de Luxe „ 29 

Seven Sinners 30 

Sherlock Holmes' Fatal Hour (8618) 21 

She's Got Everything 32 

Ship of Wanted Men (8603) 22 

Shore Leave (625) 33 

Silent Night, Holy Night (611) 33 

Silly Symphonies in Black-and-White 23 

Silly Symphonies In color 23-24 

Silvery Moon, The (7703) 7 

Singapore (1856) 19 

Sing Bing, Sing (4656) II 

Singing Boxer, The (4658) ..._ II 

Singing Plumber, The (4657) II 

Singing with Singing Sam (1620) 13 

Sing While You're Able _26 

Sinister Stuff (7733) 15 

Skl-Esta (1650) -. 16 

Skiing on Your Feet (636). 33 

Skiing with Hannes Schneider (1706) 16 

Skimpy (4623) 8 

Ski Revels (1728) 17 

Skyline Revue (1697) 14 

Sky Riders (1675) 19 

Slim Figuring (1707) 16 

Slow Poke (88) 24 

Small Town Idol, A (4636) 15 

Snow Fun (1669) 16 

Snowscapes In the Alps (1827) 17 

Snow Thrills (1668) 16 

Snow Time (7608) 7 

Sock! (1729) 17 

Songs of Mother (4805) 8 

Songs of the Danube (89) 24 

Songs of the Hills (1633) 13 

Songs of the Range (1629) 13 

Songs of the South Seas (1690) 13 

Sorority Blues (90) 24 

Spider and the Fly, The (7645) 23 

Spilled Salt (1624) 17 

Spills and Thrills (1638) 16 

Sponge Divers of Tarpon (1665) 17 

Sport of Fencing, The (1657) 16 

Spring Parade 30 

Stage Door _ 32 

Stand-in L 28 

Stars of Tomorrow (4640) 10 

Stone Aqe Error (7735) 10 

Stormy Seas (7621) 9 

Story of Vernon and Irene Castle 32 

Strange Wedding Sign, The (1626) 17 

Strauss, Johann (6607) 14 

Streets of Mystery (1609) 17 

Strlkel You're Out (91) 24 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX 

See page I for Classification Index. See page 2 for Numerical Index. 

(Continjed) 



Swing It, Professor 26 

Swing's the Thing (4638) 12 

Swing that Cheer 30 

Swiss on White (1649) 16 

Swiss Trick, A (7713) 7 

Synnphony of the Seasons (626) 33 

T 

Talking Feet (4807) 8 

Tell Me if It Hurts (629) 33 

Tenth Olympiad, The (1600) 15 

Thanks for Listening 26 

That's Right, You're Wrong 32 

Theodore Roosevelt (640) 33 

They Knew What They Wanted 32 

Things to Come 29 

Thirteenth Guest, The (8627 21 

This is China ; 27 

Thoroughbred, The (8635) 22 

Thrills of the Air (1606) 15 

Timberland Terror (612) 33 

Tom Brown's Schooldays 3 1 

Tongue Twisters (1618) 13 

Too Many Girls 32 

Toonerville Picnic, The 26 

Toonerville Trolley. The 26 

Top Hat 32 

Touchdown (1724) 17 

Tough to Handle 27 

Toy Shop, The (4800) 8 

Toy Time (7704) 7 

Traffic Tangle (4606) II 

Trailer Paradise (92) 24 

Trailing the Jaguar (613) 33 

Trailing the Sea-Horse (1654) 16 

Trails of the Wild, The 26 

Transatlantic Merry-Go-Round (30) -25 

Treasurer's Report, The (4675) II 

Trees (1643) 13 



Trip to the Sky, A (1691) 18 

Trolley Ahoy 26 

Tropical Topics (1698) 14 

Tschaikovsky (6612) 14 

Tundra .._ _ 27 

Tuning-ln (7604) 9 

Two-Gun Man, The (8630) 20 

Two Hard Workers (4676) II 

Two Plus Fours (4614) II 

U 

Ugly Duckling, The (7648) 23 

Under a Gypsy Moon (1699) 14 

Under Secret Orders (8606). 21 

Under the Cockeyed Moon (4617) II 

Unexpected Father, The 30 

V 

Valencia to Granada (1611) 18 

Valley of Wanted Men, The 27 

Vampire Bat, The 27 

Variety Revue (4643) 10 

Venice (1858) 19 

Venice, the Magnificent (1814) 18 

Venice Vamp, The (7721) 7 

Verdi, Guiseppe (6606) 14 

Vigil in the Night 32 

Village Barber, The (7619) 9 

Village Smitty, The (7624) 9 

Virgins of Bali (8602) 22 

Vivacious Lady 32 

Voice of India, The (614) 33 

Volga Boatman, The (620) 33 

W 

Waltz in A Flat, Major (6613) 14 

War in China (1659) 17 

War in Europe (1693) 18 

Washington (1872) 20 

Washington, D. C. (1805) 18 



Water Babies (7812) 24 

Water Fun (1674) 16 

Water Sports (1662) 16 

Waves Welcome 26 

Way Down Yonder (93) 24 

Way of the Wild, The 27 

Way Out West (94) 24 

We're On Our Way (1635) 17 

Western Whoopee (7605) 9 

When a Man Rides Alone (8619) 20 

When the Daltons Rode 30 

Where Did You Get That Girl? 30 

Wildcat Trooper, The 26 

Wilderness Mail, The 27 

Wild Horse Roundup, The 27 

Wild Innocence (8660) 21 

Winter (7642) 23 

Winter Holiday in the Alps (1825) 16 

Winter Magic in the Alps (1826) 16 

Wise Little Hen, The (7814) 24 

With Love and Kisses 26 

With Williamson Beneath the Sea 27 

With Words and Music (31) 25 

World Dances, The (1679) 13 

World's Fastest Game, The (1709) 16 

X 
X Marks the Spot (8629) 22 

Y 

Ye Olde Melodrama (4672) 15 

Yesterday Lives Again (4671) 15 

You Can't Cheat an Honest Man 30 

You Can't Fool Your Wife.... 32 

You'll Find Out 32 

Young Dynamite 27 

Younq Explorer, The (637) 33 

You Only Live Once 28 

Z 
Zane Grey's Adventures (8601) 20 



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L-7600 A BUGVUXJE ROMANCE 

Trees and bushes dance gaily, as frogs and 
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8 min. Rental $1.50. 
K.7601 FROZEN FROLICS 
Entertainment is provided by penguins, 
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K-7603 THE JUNGLE FOOL 
A little explorer reaches Africa where he 
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K.7607 GOOD OLD SCHOOL DAYS 
Mary and her lamb come to school late, 
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L.7608 SNOW TIME 
In this amusing cartoon, the animals are 
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Rental $1.50. 
K-7611 MIDNIGHT 
After a backyard fence quartet of cats ren- 
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" niin. Rental Sl.25. 
L.7617 NOAH KNEW HIS ABK 
Captain Noah gathers many animals when 
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K.7618 DIXIE DAYS 
Darkies dance and sing in this comical 
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Rental $1.25 

L.7700 ALONG CAME A DUCK 
A chummy frog tells a little smiling boy 
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1-7701 A LITTLE BIRD TOLD ME 
A bird explains how he knows that the 
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L.7702 GRANDFATHER'S CLOCK 
Grandfather Clock tells a story about 
younger clocks that look and play like 
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L.7708 THE SILVERY MOON 
Two cartoon characters visit the moon, 
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otlier goodies. 7 min. Rental $1.50. 



L.7704 TOY TEVIE 

Two cartoon mice enter a toy shop and 
have the time of their lives playing with 
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L-7705 HOW'S CROPS? 

Cubby Bear finds new ways of growing 
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L.7706 THE FAMILY SHOE 

A cartoon performance of Jack- and the 
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L.7707 THE L.4ST »L\IL 

Postman Cubby Bear mushes on with three 
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7 min. Rental $1.50. 

L.7708 BUBBLES AND TROUBLES 

Cubby Bear swallows a soap bubble, soars 
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L-7709 PUZZLED PALS 

Tom and Jerry sense trouble when a play- 
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L.7710 RABID HUNTERS 

Tom and Jerry are rabbit hunters but the 
rabbits laugh and dare them to follow. 
7 min. Rental $1.50. 

L-7711 THE ANIMAL FAIR 

After the cartoon animals play musical in- 
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L-7712 MAD MELODY 
A queer-looking music composer conducts 
the orchestra at a comical opera, and the 
performance is a scream. 7 min. Rental 
$1.50. 

L.7713 A SWISS TRICK 
Tom and Jerry yodel in the Alps, and de- 
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Swiss cheese. 9 min. Rental $1.50. 
L.7714 THE RUNAWAY BLACKIE 
After a little boy leaves home, he has a 
great adventure with a chain gang, and is 
glad to go home. 9 min. Rental $1.50. 



L-7715 HOLLAND DAYS 

Some mice take charge of a farmer's ship, 
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L-7716 JUST A CLOWN 

A clown wins the affection of the fair 
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L-7717 GRAND UPR0.4lR 

The cartoon animals visit the opera, where 
the players mix a meal of spaghetti with 
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Rental $1.50. 

L.7718 RIP VAN WINKLE 

Old Rip falls asleep and dreams he is flying 
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Rental. $1.50. 

L-7719 FEATHERED FOLLIES 

While some birds are warbling on the 
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Rental $1.50. 

L.7720 FISHERMAN'S LUCK 

The little cartoon fisherman meets a mer- 
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L.7721 THE VENICE VAMP 

The cartoon animals act in a joyful oper- 
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Rental $1.50. 
L-7722 HAPPY POLO 
A herioc polo player rescues his ladylove 
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L-7729 SANTA'S TOY SHOP 
Santa Claus falls asleep, and his toys sing 
and play. 7 min. Rental Si. 50. 
K.7737 LITTLE BOY BLUE 
Boy Blue's musical army rescues Mary's 
lamb from a big bad wolf. 7 min. Rental 
$1.25. 

L.7740 BOY MEETS DOG 
A boy's father, brusque at first, becomes 
his small son's pal. 9 min. Rental $1.50. 



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SHORT SUBJECTS FOR FAMILY AUDIENCES 
The films in this classification have been found acceptable for use at children's parties. 



K.1663 "SEE", ISSUE No. 1 
Scenes in a Movie Zoo show performing 
lions, elephants, chimpanzees, alligators 
and penguins: then follow airplane and 
other stunting. 10 min. Rental. Si. 25. 
L.1673 DANGEROUS TRAILS 
Two boys and their Indian guide capture 
a cub lion, and the boys later tame their 
pet. 9 min. Rental Si. 50. 
K.1713 DOG SHOW 
Performing dogs, high divers, Labrador re- 
trievers; a thrilling hunt. Of interest to 
everyone who has ever known a dog's love. 
10 min. Rental Si. 25. 
L,.1820 IKPUCK, THE IGLOO 

DWELLER 
Shows how the Eskimos of Coronation 
Gulf territory obtain food, dress, amuse 
themselves and construct the snow igloos 
in which they live. 10 min. Rental. Si. 50. 
L-1823 FAKIRS OF THE EAST 
A street magician in India performs sleight- 
of-hand tricks by making things appear and 
vanish with puzzling skill. 10 min. Rental 
Si. 50. 

4L.4610 PUSS IN BOOTS 
A fairyland operetta in which clever Puss- 
in-Boots wins the king's favor for his 
master. There are manv choruses and some 
dance numbers to delight child audiences. 
42 min. Rental S6.00. 
2K.4620 LITTLE "CINNAMON" 
Comical chimpanzees re-enact the photo- 
play "Cimmarron", including the scene of 
the land rush into Oklahoma territory 
20 min. Rental S2.50. 
2K.4623 "SKIMPY" 

A comical parody of the movieplay 
"Skippy" by chimpanzee actors. Skimpy 
and Snookie arrive late at school where 
they play with pea-shooters and other gad- 
gets. 19 min. Rental $2.50. 



2L.4631 B.\BES IN THE WOODS 

The story of a little boy named Hansel and 
his little sister, Gretel. Their lives are 
threatened by a witch whose wicked plan, 
however, does not succeed. 21 min. Rental 
S3.00. 

2L.4632 JACK AND THE 
BEANSTALK 

Jack plants some beans, and a very high 
beanstalk results. He climbs it and reaches 
a giant's castle where he finds a little 
princess, and a goose that lays eggs of gold. 
21 min. Rental $3.00. 

P.4800 THE TOY SHOP (In Color) 

A little girl is befriended by a toymaker 
in whose shop she falls asleep, and she 
dreams of toys that come to life and play 
for her. 10 min. Rental $2.00. 

L-4801 ALICE IN WONDERLAND 

Joan Bennett plays the part of Alice in 
this adaptation of Lewis Carroll's story of 
curious little people, which is considerably 
enlivened by Irving Berlin's music. 9 min. 
Rental $1.50. 
P.4802 A LITTLE FRIEND OF ALL 

THE WORLD 
The "Little Friend " is a kind little boy 
who takes his Christmas tree outdoors to 
share it with the animals and birds. 10 min. 
Rental $2.00. 

L-4803 KIDDIE JAMBOREE 
A group of talented youngsters sing, dance 
and play musical instruments like older per- 
formers do in vaudeville acts. 9 min. 
Rental $1.50. 



L.4804 GATHERING OF 
THE CLANS 

A Scotch fantasy adapted from the musical 
play by H. Fowler Mears, featuring the 
National Scotch Highlanders Band, and 
children singing and dancing. 10 min. 
Rental $1.50. 

L-4805 SONGS OF MOTHER 
Mother and Daddy sing songs for a little 
girl of six, and a little boy of seven. 10 
min. Rental $1.50. 

3P.4806 ROBINSON CRUSOE 

Uncle Don, radio idol of millions of kid- 
dies, narrates Daniel Defoe's world-famous 
story of a shipwreck, and the amazing ad- 
ventures of the only survivor, 30 min. Rent- 
al $6.00. 

3P-4807 TALKING FEET 
A talented little girl. Hazel Ascot, and a 
large juvenile cast, are featured in this joy- 
ful musical movieplay in which there is 
comedy, singing and dancing by children. 
A benefit performance is given for a hos- ' 
pital which cared for Hazel's injured little 
dog. 26 min. Rental $6.00. 
K.4808 A DAY AT THE ZOO 
The spectacle of a great circus, and the i 
thrills of a great zoo are seen in this film 
of animals at play and at rest. 10 min. 
Rental $1.25. 
L.4814 CHRISTMAS TIME IN TOY-i 

LAND 

Santa Claus, in his workshop with his busy 
dwarfs, prepares for the great day of good 
cheer. An enjoyable movie for young and 
old. 10 min. Rental Si. 50. 



MICKEY McGUIRE (Mickey Rooney) COMEDIES 

For family audiences and children of all ages 

Mickey Rooney in his boyhood days is featured in these juvenile comedies of a boy of ten, and his neighborhood friends. 
This series of motion pictures shows a group of children at play, what their leader and they do, and they make any-| 
one grin as childhood days are recalled. 



2L.4646 MICKEY'S BIG PROJECT 

Mickey and his friends score over their 
rivals in the comical Junior Olympic 
Games. 20 min. Rental $3.00. 
2L.4645 MICKEY'S BRIGADE 

Mickey and his friends go to a circus and 
capture a lion. 20 min. Rental $3.00. 



2L.4611 MICKEY'S CHAMPS 

Mickey and his little colored friend spoil 
a spiritualist's demonstration of "ghosts". 
20 min. Rental S3. 00. 
2L-4687 MICKEY'S 

COVERED WAGON 
Mickey and his friends decide to start off 



on a journey to seek gold. 19 min. Rental 
$3.00. 

2L.4647 MICKEY'S FAIR PLAY 

Mickey and his friends enjoy a picnic, dur 
ing which they fish and play. 20 min 
Rental $3.00. 



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MICKEY McGUIRE (Mickey Rooney) COMEDIES 
For family audiences and children of all ages 

(Continued from preceding page). 



2L.4688 MICKEY'S MEDICINE MAN 

Mickey's medicine, made with Mexican 
lumping beans, makes his patients jump. 
:0 min. Rental $3.00. 
31*1689 ftllCKEY'S MINSTRELS 

Mickey and his friends win a prize with 
their comical show. 20 min. Rental $300. 



2L.4690 MICKEY'S RESCUE 

Mickey's friend receives some nice birth- 
day gifts, and is later rescued from a hotel 
roof. 20 min. Rental $3.00. 
21*4648 MICKEY'S SPECIAL JOB 

Mickey's "peace conference" with the 
neighborhood children ends in a boxing 
bout. 20 min. Rental $3.00. 



2L.4691 MICKEY'S TENT SH.OW 

Mickey and his friends present a very en- 
joyable comical performance. 20 min. Rent- 
al $3.00. 

2L.4692 MICKEY'S TOUCHDOWN 

Mickey uses comical methods to win a 
football game. 20 min. Rental $3.00. 



WESTERN FEATURETTES FOR FAMILY AUDIENCES 
These are short Western moviepJays, with thrilling action. They are found enjoyable by children of all ages, and adult 
audiences. 



2L.4809 PALS OF THE WEST 

The popular Western star, Wally Wales, 
IS featured with his clever horse "Silver 
King" in a thrilling story of a band of out- 
laws. 20 min. Rental $3.00. 
2L.4810 PALS OF THE PRAIRIE 
Buffalo Bill, Junior, is featured in this ex- 
citmg Western film, in which a robbery 
IS frustrated. 20 min. Rental $3.00. 



2L.481I CARRYING THE MAIL 

Wally Wales and his famous horse "Silver 
King" take the lead in this rousing story 
of mail thieves, and their capture. 20 min. 
Rental $3.00. 



2L.4812 THE ARIZONA CYCLONE 

A display of real courage by the capable 
player, 'Wally Wales, who captures a band 
of outlaws. 20 min. Rental $3.00. 
2L.4813 THE LONE RIDER 

A "salted" mine is sold to an unsuspecting 
trader and his daughter, but fortunately it 
turns out to be really valuable. 20 min. 
Rental $3.00. 



CARTOON COMEDIES FOR FAMILY AUDIENCES 

and children over 10 

These funny pen-and-ink cartoons, with musical accompaniment, make any audience grin, laugh and shout with delight. 

Children wiil enjoy these cartoons as well as adults, but more appropriate subjects for very young children are listed on 

page 7. 



K.7602 THE HAUNTED SHIP 

Two cartoon aviators nose-dive into the 
ocean, where denizens of the deep sing 
and dance in a sunken ship. 8 min. Rental 
$1.25. 

K.7604 TUNING IN 
A farmer tunes-in a bull-fight on his radio 
receiver, and is inspired to fight his farm 
animals. 8 min. Rental $1.25. 
K-7605 WESTERN WHOOPEE 
Rough-riding cowboys, bad-men and sa- 
loons are seen when a bad-man abducts a 
dancer. 8 min. Rental $1.25. 
L.7606 THE BIG CHEESE 
Cheers, jeers and music attend a boxing 
bout that resembles a dance. 9 min. Rental 
$1.50. 

L.7609 LEAGUE OF NATIONS 
Ko-Ko, the clown, sees some alarming 
views of Mars through a telescope, and 
telegraphs other nations to help in defense. 
9 min. Rental $1.50. 
K.7612 GYPPED IN EGYPT 
Two cartoon characters have an exciting 
time dodging skeletons and mummies in 
the land of the Pyramids and Sphinx. 9 
min. Rental $1.25. 



L.7613 THE BIG SCARE 

A great calamity is forecast by a newspaper, 
and the community of animals and insects 
becomes panicky. 9 min. Rental $1.50. 
L.7614 JUNGLE JAZZ 
Many wild animals of the jungle variety, 
and cannibals threaten two explorers, who 
seem terrified. 8 min. Rental $1.50. 
L.7616 RED RIDING HOOD 
A modernized version in which Grandma 
takes some jazz tonic, becomes a jazzy 
grandmother, and elopes with the wolf. 
8 min. Rental $1.50. 
K.7619 THE VILLAGE BARBER 
A Flip, the Frog cartoon in which the 
various barber shop implements are put 
to comical and incredible use. 7 min. 
Rental $1.25. 
K.7620 JAIL BIRDS 
A Flip, the Frog cartoon in which Flip, 
as a guard, is seen in some amusing in- 
cidents of a jail-break. 9 min. Rental 
$1.25. 

K.7621 STORMY SEAS 
Flip, the Frog saves the crew of an ill- 
fated ship, although Father Neptune 
dosen't help. 9 min. Rental $1.25. 



K.7622 CUCKOO MURDER CASE 
Flip, the Frog, as a detective, solves the 
mysterious death of a clock cuckoo in i 
haunted house. 8 min. Rental $1.25 
K-7623 MOVIE MAD 
Flip, the Frog is chased from set to set 
in a movie studio, causing much damage 
IS the doorman pursues him. 10 min. 
Rental $1.25. 

K.7624 THE VILLAGE SMITTY 
Flip, the Frog as a blacksmith, bravely 
rescues a lady whose horse runs away 
from a stinging bee. 8 min. Rental $1.25. 
K.7723 FUN ON THE ICE 
The cartoon animals indulge in winter 
sports to the accompaniment of singing 
and music. 9 min. Rental $1.25. 
L.7724 REDSKIN BLUES 
Tom and Jerry are seen in a comical re- 
enactment of covered wagon days, as they 
are attacked by many Indians. 9 min. 
Rental $1.50. 

L.7725 MAKIN' 'EM MOVE 
A coy young lady visits a movie studio, 
and sees how sound film cartoon com- 
edies are made. 9 min. Rental $1.50. 



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CARTOON COMEDIES FOR FAMILY AUDIENCES 

Also suitable for children over 10 

{Continued jrom preceding pdge). 



K-7726 BEANSTAUi JACK 

Jack bravely climbs a beanstalk, conquers 
a giant, and returns to earth richer than 
ever. 7 min. Rental $1.25. 

K.7727 PANDORA 

After Pandora lifts the lid of a huge box, 
a flock of bats frighten her, but Hope, 
an angel, comes to her rescue. 7 min. 
Rental $1.25. 

K.7728 DOWN IN DIXIE 

Uncle Tom and Topsy triumph over Simon 
Legree in another parody of "Uncle Tom's 
Cabin". 8 min. Rental $1.25 
K.7730 PICKANINNY BLUES 

Carved figures and mummies of Egypt 
come to life and sing and play. 8 min. 
Rental $1.25. 



L,-7731 A ROMEO MONK 

A cartoon jungle animal tunes in some 
radio programs of songs, band music and 
dances. 9 min. Rental $1.50. 

L.7732 INDIAN WHOOPEE 

Cubby Bear dreams he is Captain Paul 

Jones, and is rescued by Pocahontas from 

the Indians. 8 min. Rental $1.50. 

1,.7733 SINISTER STUFF 

Cubby Bear foils a villian who holds a 

mortgage on the heroine's home, and saves 

the heroine in the nick of time. 8 min. 

Rental $1.50. 

L--734 CHINESE JINKS 

A sailor boy elopes with a little Chinese 

girl despite some obstacles put in his way 

by some laundrymen. 8 min. Rental $1.50. 



L.7735 STONE AGE ERROR 

The jungle animals have great fun in 
witnessing the marriage of two cartoon 
characters in the Stone Age. 9 min. Rental 
Si. 50. 
L.7736 HOT TAIVIALE 

A cartoon Mexican Senorita is serenaded 

by two rivals for her affection, and she 

elopes with the luckier Senor. 9 min. 

Rental $1.50. 

K.7738 THE PIRATE SHIP 

Little Miss Mouse is rescued from the 

clutches of a peg-legged captain on the high 

seas. 7 min. Rental $1.25. 

K.7739 ROMEO AND JULIET 

A comical cartoon featuring Romeo 

Mouse, lonely Juliet and her irate father. 

7 min. Rental $1.25. 



CARTOON COMEDIES IN COLOR— FOR FAMILY AUDIENCES 

Other cartoon comedies in color are listed in the Classified Index. 



P.7825 ALADDIN'S LAMP 

A small boy discovers a magic lamp that 
brings him everything he wishes. (For 
family audiences, and children over 10). 
9 rain. Rental $2.00. 
P.7826 JACK FROST 

A small bear runs away from home, but 
hurries back. (For family audiences, and 
children over 12). 9 m!n. Rental $2.00. 



P.7827 THE KING'S TAILOR 

The tailor rescues a king from a strong 

giant. (For family audiences, and children 

over 12). 9 min. Rental $2.00. 
P.7828 MARY'S LITTLE LAMB 

A small girl's lamb entertains some child- 
ren. (For children under and over 10, and 
family audiences). 8 min. Rental $2.00. 



P.7829 OLD MOTHER HUBBARD 

A king brings wealth to Mrs. Hubbard 
and her comical dog. (For children under 
and over 10, and family audiences). 9 min. 
Rental $2.00. 

P.7830 THE PIN CUSHION MAN 

A comical battle between inflated rubber 
characters. (For family audiences, and 
children over 12). 8 min. Rental $2.00. 



MAJOR BOWES' AMATEUR THEATER OF THE AIR 

Major Bowes' films are gay, lively, musical subjects featuring prize-winning amateurs who really entertain. Each sub- 
jeict contains several different performers in a varietj' of entertainment, featuring talented singers, dancers and mu. 
sicians. All films in this group are highly reconunended. 

Major Bowes' films may be used in continental United States only, for non-theatrical exhibition purposes, such as in residences, schools, 
churches, institutions, clubs, camps and other private or semi-private places of exhibition, hut specifically excepting steamships, railroad 
trains and other public carriers, lixhibitions of these films are prohibited anywhere where admission is charged. 



X2P.4639 MUSICAL VARIETIES 

The first amateur minstrel show in cos- 
tume; also other entertainers, with songs 
and dances. 21 min. Rental $4.00. 
X2P.4640 STARS OF TOMORROW 

Teacher allows the children to entertain 
on the first day of school; also other enter- 
tainers, with songs and dances. 21 min. 
Rental $4.00. 



X2P-4641 RADIO REVELS 

A hillbilly band, and other entertainers 
with songs and dances. 21 min. Rental 
$4.00. 

X2P-4642 MELODY MAKERS 

Colored singers and dancers, and other 
good, talented amatt-ur entertainers. 21 
min. Rental $4.00. 



X3P.4€43 VARIETY REVUE 

A side-show performance, with songs, 
dances and comedy strong-man act. 21 min. 
Rental $4.00. 

X2P.4644 HARMONY BROADCAST 

Singers, dancers and banjo player; also a 
campus quartette from the University of 
Missouri. 21 min. Rental $4.00. 



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COMEDIES .\i\D MUSICAL SUBJECTS 

For family audiences, and children over 12. 



I..4601 THE HOTEL MYSTERY 

Phil Cook, famous radio entertainer, in- 
troduces his puppets. Mountain View 
Hotel has been disturbed by a night prow- 
ler, and the puppets attempt to trap him. 
9 min. Rental $1.50. 

2I>.4603 AT THE DENTIST'S 

Dr. Payne, the painless dentist, and his 
timid patients, go through the most ridic- 
ulous, chuckle-teasing stunts to turn a 
laugh on all dentists, and all of us who 
go to a dentist. 1~ min. Rental $3.00. 
2I..4605 ALL FOR IVLABEL 
An amusing comedy, with scenes laid in 
a "Co-ed" college. Things happen when a 
really big senior learns that one of the 
freshmen is attentive to his girl. 20 min. 
Rental $3.00. 

2L.-4606 TR.AFFIC TANGLE 
Father takes the whole family out for a 
drive in a new car, but not knowing how 
to drive, he experiences all the difficulties 
of a lifetime on his first attempt. 29 min. 
Rental $3.00. 

2L.4612 RANCH HOUSE BLUES 
A playing, singing and talking Western 
comedv-drama, in which oil is found 
upon the ranch of the heroine's grouchy 
father, who is about to sell his farm to an 
unscrupulous oil promoter. Songs and 
dances scattered throughout. 22 min. Ren- 
tal $3.00. 

2L.4614 TWO PLUS FOURS 
A college comedy which includes Bing 
Crosby. The yoimg men students impose on 
their tailor's good nature (and credit) un- 
til he is almost bankrupt, and then rally 
to his support. College crooning and 
lots of hilarious horseplay. 21 min. Rental 
$3.00. 
2L.4617 UNX>ER THE COCKEYED 

MOON 
Two college boys undertake to capture a 
Western outlaw. In the confidence of ignor- 
ance, they succeed, but only because they 
are so dumb that he is thrown off his 
guard. 21 min. Rental $3.00. 
L4618 THE HONOR SYSTEM 
The two comedians, Clark and McCullough, 
are arrested, and after assu'-ing the desk 
sergeant of their honesty, suddenly leave 
with everything he owns. 9 min. Rental 
$1.50. 



2K.4621 "AFRICA SQUAWKS" 

The clever chimpanzee comedians in a bur- 
lesque of "Africa Talks". The hero, Trader 
Horn, Jr., tries to sell his book "Africa 
Squawks' . 18 min. Rental S2.50. 
2K.4625 APEING HOLLYWOOD 
The clever chimpanzee comedians are fea- 
tured in a story of a boy and a girl who 
wish to play in pictures. 'They go to Holly- 
wood, and succeed in their ambition. 20 
min. Rental $2.50. 

2K.4626 THE BLEVIP MYSTERY 
The clever chimpanzee comedians, (with 
mild apologies to Conan Doyle), take the 
parts of Hemlock Jones and his assistant, 
Watkins. In spite of setbacks, they solve a 
mystery, foil a villain and save a girl. 18 
min. Rental $2.50. 

2L.4629 DE WOILD'S CHAMPEEN 

The comical Paul Hurst fights a champion 
prizefighter for $100.00, "Win, lose or 
draw", in order to pay his room rent. After 
winning the fight, he is told it wasn't au- 
thorized by the Commission, and thereupon 
thrashes both managers. 20 min. Rental 
$3.00. 

2K.4630 ONE PUNCH O'TOOLE 
Comical Paul Hurst and popular Pert 
Kelton. Paul engages in a prizefight in 
order to pay off the debts of a bookstore 
which he has inherited. Paul loses the fight, 
but demands and obtains payment in a very 
amusing way. 20 min. Rental $2.50. 

2L.4635 THE BLUE OF THE 
NIGHT 

Bing Crosby and Franklin Pangborn are 
featured in this comedy in which Bing 
sings "Auf Wiedersehen" and "The Blue of 
the Night". Bing wins a luxurious roadster 
W'hen he proves he is the famous crooner. 
16 min. Rental $3.00. 
2P.4637 BUBBLING OVER 
A musical comedy featuring Ethel Waters 
and "The Southernaires". Ethel works hard 
while her husband sleeps, although he is 
always ready for diimer. Ethel and "The 
Southernaires" divide honors in the songs 
"Darkies Never Cty" and "When You 
Hang Your Hat in a Harlem Flat". 22 min 
Rental $4.00. 
2K.4622 LITTLE "CO\'ERED 

WAGON" 
Clever chimpanzee comedians in a biurlesque 
of "The Covered Wagon" in which a long 
train of covered w-agons sets out for the 
West. 16 min. Rental $2.50. 



2L.4649 MICKEY'S MIDNIGHT 
FOLLIES 

Mickey and his friends arrange a show at 
midnight, but on the way to their play- 
house, the boys see some spooky sights in 
the darkness of the night, and they are 
frightened. The children's mothers end the 
performance. 20 min. Rental S3. 00. 
2P.4656 SING BING, SING 
A comedy featuring Bing Crosby and 
Florence IVIcKinney. Bing makes many at- 
tempts to elope with Florence, but her fa- 
ther stops him. After Bing serenades 
Florence with several songs, their elope- 
ment is successful. 21 min. Rental $4.00. 
2P.4657 THE SINGING PLUMBER 
Donald Novis captures everybody's heart 
when he sings "When Irish Eyes are Smil- 
ing", "Peggy O'Neill ", "In the Good Old 
Summertime" and "Trees". Comical situa- 
tions involving Donald's Irish neighbors 
are interspersed with the songs. 22 min. 
Rental S4.00. 

2P.4658 THE SINGING BOXER 
Franklin Pangborn tries to outsing Donald 
Novis at a benefit boxing performance, but 
Donald is encouraged by his mother, and 
sings several Irish songs which delight the 
audience, and make him the more popular 
tenor. 22 min. Rental $4.00. 
2P-4659 MA'S PRIDE AND JOY 
Donald Novis, popular tenor, is featured 
with pretty Dorothy Granger in this musi- 
cal comedy. Donald competes with another 
singer in a radio audition, and obtains a 
movie contract after singing several senti- 
mental songs. 21 min. Rental $4.00. 
L.4675 THE TREASURER'S 

REPORT 
Anyone who is ever called upon to make 
a speech, will appreciate the embarrassing 
predicament of comical Robert Benchley, 
who becomes confused when addressing the 
club members. 10 min. Rental $1.50. 
L.4676 TWO HARD WORKERS 
The comical Molasses 'N January, (also 
known as "Pick" and "Pat"), stars of 
Radio's "Show Boat", are given jobs as 
porters in a railway station, but manage 
to get by without working. 10 min. Rental 
Si. 50. 

2P.4fi80 DREAM HOUSE 
A musical film featuring Bing Crosby. Bing 
serenades his fair Betty, but her mother 
doesn't approve of him, and takes Betty 
to Hollywood. Bing goes to Hollywood 
and brings Betty to his "Dream House". 
21 min. Rental $4.00. 



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COMEDIES AND MUSICAL SUBJECTS 
For family audiences, and children over 12. 

(Continued from preceding page). 



2P.4G81 I SURRENDER, DEAR 

Bing Crosby kisses a young lady by mistake 
because she resembles his sister. His affec- 
tion is accepted by the attractive young 
lady, but not by her mother. Bing then 
sings several songs, and wins the young 
lady's heart and her mother's blessing. 21 
min. Rental $4.00. 

2P.4682 ALLEZ OOP 

The comical Buster Keaton takes beautiful 
Dorothy Sebastian to a circus, only to have 
her fall in love with a trapeze performer. 
Buster annoys the spectators, practices tra- 
peze stunts, saves Dorothy's life and re- 
gains her love. 21 min. Rental $4.00. 



L-4683 A DRUG ON THE 
MARKET 

Tom Howard inherits a drug store, and, 
without knowing anything about the busi- 
ness, attempts to operate it. Tom's great 
discovery is that there's a difference be- 
tween nitro-glycerine and just plain gly- 
cerine. 11 min. Rental $1.50. 
2P.4684 MnXION DOLLAR 

MELODY 
A musical comedy with Eddie Craven, 
Lillian Roth and a large cast of dancing 
girls. A song-writer takes his agent's advice 
to increase demand for his songs, but finds 
it hard to continue. The film includes songs 
and dances. 21 min. Rental $4.00. 



L.4685 THE ACID TEST 

The comical Tom Howard tries to impress 
a girl with his bravery, but he chooses 
the wrong man for the demonstration. 10 
min. Rental $1.50. 
L.4686 HONESTY PAYS— BUT 

NOr MUCH 
The "nut" comic star of the screen, Tom 
Howard, as a wise "hick" from the country, 
works a racket in the city which nets him 
$150.00. 10 min. Rental $1.50. 



COMEDIES AND MUSICALS FOR ADULT AUDIENCES 



2L.4600 GO EASY, DOCTOR 
At the osteopath's, where in a whirlwind of 
screaming patients and acrobatic osteopathic 
treatment, a jealous husband pursues his 
rival. 21 min. Rental $3.00. 
2L.4604 SEA.GOING SHEIKS 
A comedy of two sailors on an Oriental 
shore leave who become involved in a 
flirtation with two favorites from the Sul- 
tan's harem. (For mature audiences). 20 
min. Rental $3.00. 
L.4607 AMERICA OR BUST 
The comical Daphne Pollard in a wonder- 
ful portrayal of the intimate atmosphere 
of a London "Pub ", with a singing bar- 
maid. Into this cheerful environment come 
Mrs. 'emingway and 'arold ready to depart 
for America. 11 min. Rental $1.50. 
2L.4608 SEEING INJUNS 
Mrs. 'emingway and 'arold arrive in the 
land of the free (?), and 'arold sets out 
to see the Indians in a Coney Island Wild 
West show. 20 min. Rental $3.00. 



2L.4609 HER NEW CHAUFFEUR 

A comedy with Louis Simon as a tipsy 
bachelor, and pretty Verree Teasdale who 
believes him to be her new chauflfeur. 
Their conversation is misunderstood by 
each of them, but sophisticated audiences 
will find their risque remarks comical. (For 
mature audiences — not recommended for 
fastidious audiences). 22 min. Rental $3.00. 
2L.4613 RUBEVILLE NITE CLUB 
The amusing story of a night club operated 
in a village by a comical elderly man in 
prohibition days. The picture features a 
rube orchestra, but NOT rube entertainers. 
(For mature audiences). 23 min. Rental 
$3.00. 

2L.4615 BREAKFAST IN BED 
Daphne Pollard and Franklin Pangborn in 
a Frenchy series of situations resulting 
when a husband encounters the iceman and 
the milkman in his home. (For mature au- 
diences). 21 min. Rental $3.00. 
2L-4616 DANGEROUS YOUTH 
Oil is discovered on Daphne Pollard's 
farm, and she sells out for a fortune. Her 
efforts to Le a lady cause much amusement. 
22 min. Rental $3.00. 



2L.4619 THE BELLE OF SAMOA 

The comical Clark and McCullough invade 
a highly hypothetical vestal temple in 
Samoa. Pagan dances of the maidens furnish 
a highly exotic spectacle. (Not recommend- 
ed for juvenile or puritannical audiences). 
17 min. Rental $3.00. 

2P.4638 SWING'S THE THING 

Harry Roy and his band in a glamorous 
film featuring a lively orchestra, singers and 
dancers. The orchestra leader is happy to 
be awarded an engagement to play in a 
fashionable hotel. 25 min. Rental $4.00. 

2K-4624 LITTLE "BIG HOUSE" 

A burlesque of the picture "The Big 
House", by clever chimpanzee comedians. 
A story with lots of humor concerning an 
individual involved in the toils of the law. 
16 min. Rental $2.50. 

3L.4655 POPPIN' THE CORK 

A musical comedy with the inimitable 
Milton Berle and a bevy of dancing girls. 
Berle sells his patented champagne bottle- 
itopper, and is able to propose to the girl 
of his heart. 25 min. Rental $4.50. 



MUSICAL SUBJECTS FOR FAMILY AUDIENCES 
POPULAR MELODIES, SONGS, BALLADS, ORGANLOGUES 

AND DANCES 

The short subjects listed in this group, feature several popular radio personalities. Their voices recall the many happy 
hours we spent listening to their sentimental melodies, or entertaining lines, when they were starred in broadcasting pro- 
grams. Some of the old-time favorites repres«'nted in this group, are the following: 

Arthur Tracy, (the Street Singer); Ralph L. Kirherry, (the Dream Singer); Singin' Sam; Gus Edwards; Charles Carlisle; Benny Davis; 
Martha Raye ; Irving Kaufman; Don Wallace: Lew While and Jesse Crawford, organists : Richard Bonelli, baritone; Roy Atwill, comedian; 
Norman Brokenshire, announcer. 



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MUSICAL SUBJECTS FOR FAMILY AUDIENCES 

(Continued from preceding p.ige) . • 



K.1616 3IELODY ON P.\RADE 

Lew White at the organ; songs by Irving 
Kaufman. A stirring, timely organlogue 
driving to a thrilling climax of "Our Presi- 
dents on Parade". 7 min. Rental $1.25. 

K.1617 ORIENTAL PH.ANTASY 

.^n exotic portrayal of the "Kashmiri Love 
Song", "Allah's Holiday", "The Sheik of 
-■\raby", etc. Entrancing settings, excellent 
photocraphy, featuring Charles Carlisle, 
Lew White and Kelvin Keech. 8 min. 
Rental $1.25. 

K-1618 TONGUE TWISTERS 

.■\ riot of fun with the audience attempting 
to keep tongues from twisting, while sing- 
:ng "Sister Susie", "Katy", "She Sells Sea 
Sliells", etc., clever cartooning. Irving Kauf- 
ni.in sings and Lew White is the organist. 
' min. Rental $1.25. 

K.1619 MEMORIES 

The renowned Street Singer, Arthur Tracy, 
renders in his melodious, inimitable man- 
ner, a selected varietj' of songs that stir the 
heart. "Memories", "Auf Wiedersehen", 
etc. Norman Brokenshire does the announc- 
ing and Don Wallace is the accompanist at 
the organ. 8 min. Rental $1.25. 

K-1620 SINGING WITH 
SINGEV' SAM 

Don Wallace at the organ, while our old 
friend Singin' Sam carries us into, the realm 
of yesteryear — and when he sings "Let Me 
Call You Sweetheart" — you'll join right in! 
5 min. Rental $1.25. 

K.1621 GUS EDWARDS 

'School Days, School Days" — but you don'i 
know the rest until you've heard Gus Ed- 
wards, singing some of the songs that made 
him a headliner. 10 min. Rental $1.25. 

K.1622 BENNY DAVIS 

A courtroom scene with song-writer Benny 
Davis on trial, and songs by Charles Carl- 
isle and Martha Raye. 9 min. Rental $1.25. 

L.1625 MUSICAL MOMENTS 

A spirited orchestra, under the direction of 
Felix Ferdinando, plays many popular se- 
lections, and an exhibition dance is given 
by an attractive couple. 10 min. Rental 
$1.50. 



L.1629 SONGS OF THE RANGE 

"Oh, Susannah", "The Little Old Shanty", 
"Get Along Little Dogie" and "Home on 
the Range ", sung by Art Dickson, baritone, 
accompanied by Lew White at the organ. 

6 min. Rental $1.50. 

L-1631 ROUND THE WORLD 
IN SONG 

Sid Gary and the Hi-Hatters Quartet sing 
"Goodbye Broadway, Hello France", 
"Madelon", "A Little Spanish Town", 
"Auf Wiedersehen", "Russian Lullaby", 
"Aloha" and "California, Here We Come". 

7 min. Rental $1.50. 

L.1632 MELODIES OF LOV'E 

Another of the well known Organlogues, 
presenting "O Sole Mio", "Annie Laurie" 
and "Where the River Shannon Flows". 
6 min. Rental $1.50. 

K.1633 SONGS OF TEE HILLS 

The Radio Rubes sing "Hand me Down 
my Walkin' Cane", "She'll be Comin' 
Round the Mountain" and "Climbin" Up 
the Golden Stairs". Lovers of these appeal- 
ing folk songs will find this subject a real 
treat. 6 min. Rental $1.25. 

K.1634 RHAPSODY IN BLACK 

In this film, the following four plaintive 
Negro Spirituals are splendidly sung with 
the simple religious fervor of the American 
Negro: "Nobody Knows the Sorrows I've 
Seen", "All God's Chillun", "Swing Low, 
Sweet Chariot", and "Deep River". 9 min. 
Rental $1.25. 

K.1641 FOR OLD TIME'S SAKE 

Singin' Sam sings some favorite old songs: 
"Put On Your Old Grey Bonnet", "Sun 
Bonnet Sue", "One ^^ore Kiss" and 
"When You were Sweet Sixteen". 7 min. 
Rental $1.25. 

J.1642 EHJ.EILI 

■Very fine organlogue of the grand Jewish 
anthem, showing a Rabbi teaching its sig- 
nificance to a devoted young lad by means 
of Biblical scenes taken from "The Ten 
Commandments". 5 min. Rental $1.00. 



K.1643 TREES 

A musical film in which we hear Jesse 
Crawford's organ music, and Charles Car- 
lisle's pleasing voice. Joyce Kilmer's 
"Trees" is sung, and also "In the Shade 
of the Old Apple Tree", "A Shady Tree", 
and "Lullaby of the Leaves". 8 min. Rental 
$1.25. 

L.1644 RICHARD BONELLI 
In this superb musical selection, the emi- 
nent baritone sings "Prologue from Paglia- 
cci", and "Largo El Factotum" from "The 
Barber of Seville", with great dramatic ex- 
pression. 10 min. Rental $1.50. 

L-1676 KENTUCKY JUBILEE 
SINGERS— "A" 

These outstanding colored singers harm- 
onize in the following spiritual and plan- 
tation songs: "Old Kentucky Home", 
"Swing Low, Sweet Chariot" and "Great 
Morning". 8 min. Rental $1.50. 

L-1677 KENTUCKY JUBILEE 
SINGERS— "B" 

In their second film, the Kentucky singers 
present "Deep River", "Carry Me Back to 
Old 'Virginny" and "All God's Chillun". 
8 min. Rental $1.50. 

L.16J8 BROADWAY DAIVCE 
PARADE 

Vera Dunn, Eddie Bruce, Muriel Schey and 
the Hollywood Dancing Girls^^are featured 
in novelty songs and dances on board a 
pirate ship, where they entertain the passen- 
gers. (For adult audiences.) 10 min. Rent- 
al $1.50. 

L.1679 THE WORLD DANCES 

This film shows variety in pretty folk dances 
and exciting primitive dances which may 
eventually be forgotten. The scenes were 
photographed in Arabia, Siam, Lancaster 
(England), Haiti, Spain. Sardinia, Moroc- 
co, Bulgaria and Carpathia. (For adult au- 
diences). 10 min. Rental $1.50. 

L.1690 SONGS OF THE 
SOUTH SEAS 

Dances of the South Seas by native girls in 
a tropical setting, as romantic songs are 
played by a native band. 10 min. Rental 
Si. 50. 



MUSICAL SUBJECTS FOR FAMILY AUDIENCES 

Classics of great composers in the "Music Masters" series. Accompanied by a short biographicai sketch, these films 
portray an incident, in the life of the composer, which has an intimate connection with one of his well-known works. 



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MUSICAL SUBJECTS FOR FAMILY AUDIENCES 

{Continued from preceding p.ige) . 



U6600 JOHANNES BRAHMS 

In this delightful musical story we see kow 
Brahms composed his lovely songs and 
music which made him famous, particu- 
larly "The Cradle Sontr", "The Hungarian 
Gypsy Dances ' and "The Blacksmith". 11 
min. Rental $1.50. 
L-eeOl GEORGES BIZET 
The dramatically filmed story of how Bizet 
wrote one of the most sung operas of the 
modern music world "Carmen", with actual 
scenes and most of the stirring action from 
the opera. 11 min. Rental $1.50. 
K.6602 GEORGE F. HANDEL 
The writer of one of the greatest of orato- 
rios, "The Messiah", and of forty operas, 
among them "Julius Ceasar", is shown in 
this impressive and entertaining production. 
11 min. Rental $1.25. 
K.6603 STEPHEN FOSTER 
The South's most eminent composer lives 
again as John Huntley sings. "Uncle Ned" 
and "Come Where My Love Lies Dream- 
ing". Nancy McCord follows with "My 
Old Kentucky Home", and a group of dark- 
ies with "Old Black Joe". 11 min. Rental 
$1.25. 

L..6604 FREDERICK CHOPIN 
The life of this great master of pianoforte 
music beautifully portrayed. "Polonaise 
Militaire", "Nocturne in 'E' Flat," "Fantasie 
Impromptu" and the "Funeral March" ac- 
company the scenes. 10 min. Rental $1.50. 
U6605 LXJDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN 
We see and hear him play the "Moonlight 
Sonata" at a musicale given in his honor. 
Also, we hear the "Sonota Pathetique'', 
"The Country Dance", and "Minuet in G", 
accompanying very colorful scenes. 8 min. 
Rental $1.50. 



K.G606 GUISEPPE VERDI 

With musical accompaniment from some 
of his best known compositions — "II 
Trovatore", "Aida" and "Traviata" — wc 
see the story of this master of music beau- 
tifully depicted. 9 min. Rental $1.25. 

L.6607 JOHANN STRAUSS 

The "Waltz King" is seen presenting the 
"Pizzicati Polka", and selections from "The 
Gypsy Baron", while "The Blue Danube 
Waltz" is the musical background to 
charming scenes of the Danube. 7 min. 
Rental $1.50. 

L-6608 FRANZ LISZT 

The receipt of the aged Abbe Liszt of a 
birthday greeting "from a lady", brings to 
his mind the ladies of his earlier life, as 
he plays "Liebestraum". A lively Gypsy 
dance is accompanied by the "Second Hun- 
garian Rhapsody". 11 min. Rental $1.50. 

L,.6609 AIR FOR THE G STRING 

This well known composition by Johann 
Sebastian Bach, played by a symphonic or- 
chestra, is the background for an interpre- 
tative dance by a classical group led by 
Miss Doris Humphrey. 7 min. Rental $1.50. 

I>.6610 AVE MARIA 

(CANTERBURY) 

To a simple piano prelude by Bach, 
Gounod added a beautiful melody. The 
film shows the Gothic architecture of Can- 
terbury Cathedral with exterior and interior 
views, as the organ and carillon render 
"Ave Maria", one of our greatest devotion- 
al airs. 7 min. Rental $1.50. 



L,.6611 AVE MARIA (CHARTRES) 

This film shows Our Lady of Chartres 
Cathedral, one of the most magnificent m 
France. Marvelous masterpieces of archi- 
tecture and statuary express vividly the 
scenes they represent. The music of Bach, 
Casciolini, Gounod and Mozart accompan- 
ies the film, and Gounod's "Ave Maria" 
is sung fervently by Jenny Tourel, of Paris. 
11 min. Rental $150. 
L.6612 TSCHAIKOVSKY 
This beautifully done authentic portrayal 
of three romantic episodes in the life of 
Peter Ilich Tschaikovsky, with selections 
from his immortal music, is decidedly the 
best of this series. 9 min. Rental $1.50. 
J.6613 WALTZ IN A FLAT, MAJOR 
This waltz by Johannes Brahms (1833- 
1897), is played by a symphonic orchestra. 
The visual interpretation, of this simple 
and melodious work of the great composer, 
was designed and directed by Malvina 
Hoffman. The dancer is Desha. 6 min. 
Rental $1.00. 

L.6614 DANCE OF THE HOURS 
From "La Gioconda" by Amilcare Pon- 
chielli (1834-1886), Italian composer of 
popular romantic operas. A symphonic or- 
chestra plays appropriate music to accom- 
pany beautiful scenes which show the splen- 
dors of Nature in the four seasons. 9 min. 
Rental $1.50. 

K.1630 CARRIE JACOBS BOND 
The story of America's most famous wo- 
man composer is told in his own interest- 
ing way by Edwin C. Hill, of well earned 
radio fame — how she came to write "I 
Love You Truly", "Just A-Wearyin' for 
You" and "A Perfect Day". 9 min. Rental 
$1.25. 



GAY, SHORT MUSICAL SUBJECTS 

with a variety of entertainment in each. 

Featuring performers who have the happy talent of making ajiy program more enjoyable. 



L.1694 HELLO MAMA 

A variety of entertainment with George 
Jessel; Four Eton Boys' Male Quartette; 
Frieda Sullivan, dancer; Emerson's Moun- 
taineers. 1 Reel. 10 min. Rental $1.50. 

L.1695 LATIN RHYTHM 

A variety of entertainment with Jan Peerce, 
tenor ;Luba Malina, foreign singer; Mia 
Miles Foresome, adagio dancers; The Dan- 
sapators, dancers. 1 Reel. 10 min. Rental 
$1.50. 



L.1696 RADIO HOOK-UP 

A variety of entertainnment with Dorothy 
Stone, stage star; Charles Collins, tap dan- 
cer; The Buckaroos, radio stars; Yost's 
Singing Dozen; Doug Leavitt, character 
comedian. 1 Reel. 10 min. Rental $1.50. 
L.1697 SKYLINE REVUE 
A variety of entertainment with Paula 
Stone, entertainer; Billy and Milly, colored 
dancers; De May, Moore and Martin, co- 
medy adagio dancers ; Eddie Bruce, com- 
edian. 1 Reel. 10 mm. Rental $1.50. 



L.1698 TROPICAL TOPICS 

A variety of entertainment with The Rim- 
acs, Cuban orchestra; Rosita Ortego, Span- 
ish dancer; Sisters Virginia, singers. 1 
Reel. 10 min. Rental $1.50. 

L.1699 UNDER A GYPSY MOON 

A variety of entertainment with Erna Ru- 
binstein, talented violinist; J. Harold 
Murray, singer; Five Balabanows, vaude- 
ville dancers; Nita Carol, soprano; Song 
Stylists. 1 Reel. 10 min. Rental $1.50. 



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These are movies of byegone days, some of them showing; women with unbobbed hair, and men wearing high celluloid 
collars. Interest in these oldtimers has been revived, and they are eagerly sought by anyone planning an "Old Time 
Mo^ie Show". For a pleasant surprise, a novelty program consisting of a few films from this gfroup, is worth considering. 



K.4634 CAST ADRIFT:— AND HOW; 

Fatty Arbuckle, and Mabel Normand as his 
wife, awaken to find that three villians 
have set their home adrift on a stormy sea. 
Their dog takes an S-O-S message ashore, 
and they are rescued in a comical manner. 
10 min. Rental $1.25. 

2P.4636 A SJL4IX, TOWN IDOL 

A screamingly funny old-time Mack Sen- 
nett comedy ,with Ben Turpin and all-star 
cast, including Ramon Novarro, Louise 
Fazenda, Phylis Haver, Dot Farley, Andy 
Clyde, Charlie Murray, Billy Bevan, Jimmy 
Finlayson, Marie Prevost, Al Cook, Bert 
Roach, Eddie Gribbon and the Mack Sen- 
nett Beauties. Cross-eyed Ben Turpin 
makes good in HolljTvood, and returns 
home triumphantly to claim his bride. 20 
min. Rental $4.00. 

K.4670 COWBOYS AND INDIANS 
Hilarious sections were taken from early 
cowboy motion pictures to make this comi- 
cal film which shows gun-play, fast riding 
and hair-raising escapes. 10 min. Rental 
Jl.25. 



K.4671 YESTERDAY LrVES AGAIN 

The byegone days are recalled in this old- 
time movie film which shows Enrico 
Caruso, Lillian Russell, "Buffalo Bill" 
Cody, Teddy Roosevelt, William McKin- 
ley's inauguration, William Jennings Bryan, 
Andrew Carnegie and other personalities. 
Then there are scenes showing custard-pie 
movies, Easter parade in horse-and-buggy 
days, the Wright brothers, the Russian 
Royal family and the German Kaiser. 10 
min. Rental $1.25. 

L.4672 YE OLDE MELODRAMA 
(In two sections). The first section shows 
scenes from an old play, "The Black 
Crook", a revival by Christopher Morley, 
which was played at Hoboken, New Jersey. 
It shows chorus girls of other days singing 
and dancing. The second section of this 
film shows an old Chinese melodrama 
which has been popular for many genera- 
tions. (For adult audiences). 10 min. Rent- 
al Sl.50. 

L-4673 A DRAMA OF 1904 
In this comical old-time movie, we see 
Oswald, a man with a large mustache and 
a celluloid collar, who is happy with his 
wife and child until his partner drives him 
to desperate jealousy. Brooding over his 
troubles, Oswald takes to drink, but at the 
conclusion of the play, he emerges happily 
triumphant. 10 min. Rental $1.50. 



L.4674 THE MEMORY LINGERS ON 

Here's a movie which shows persons we 
like to recall, and moments we like to 
live again. It shows Fatty Arbuckle, Mabel 
Normand, Will Rogers, William S. Hart, 
Ford Sterling, and the Keystone Cops; 
Jack Johnson, Jesse Willard, James J. Cor- 
bett. Jack Dempsey and Tex Rickard; 
President Woodrow Wilson and General 
Pershing ; Lindbergh ; Thomas Lipton ; May- 
or J. F. Hylan, Governor Al Smith and 
many other personalities who will hold 
adult audiences spellbound from start to 
finish. 10 min. Rental $1.50. 

L-7733 SINISTER STUFF 

An animated cartoon comedy which will go 
well with old-time movie shows. A pretty 
damsel nearly falls into the clutches of a 
wicked villian who forecloses the mortgage 
on her home. The villian is about to finish 
her oflF with a buzz-saw. but the hero saves 
her in the nick of time. 8 min. Rental 
$1.50. 

PLEASE NOTE: Many other old-time 
movies, including several featuring 
Charlie Chaplin, are listed in our 16 
m/m silent rental film catalog. 



SPORTS AND GAMES— FOR FAMILY AUDIENCES 
Films on Sports are always desirable, because they show thrilling activitj' in wholesome pursuits or contests. The sound 
I films in our Sports classification are the finest obtainable, and they are worth including with almost any program. 



J.1600 THE TENTH OLYMPIAD 

The thrilling Olympic Games at Los 
Angeles; the starts, close-ups and finishes 
of the winning athletes. 11 min. Rental 
tl.OO. 

L.1601 HAPPY GOLF 
The famous Alex Morrison tells you how 
to improve your game. 9 min. Rental $1.50. 
J.1602 PAR AND DOUBLE PAR 
Bobby Jones in tournament play is followed 
by Frank Crumit who sings and plays comi- 
cal golf. 9 min. Rental $1.00. 



L-1603 SELF DEFENSE 

Instruction at Culver; a whirlwind of up- 
per cuts. The thrills of a boxing match. 10 
min. Rental $1.50. 
J.1604 LET 'ER BUCK 
A Western rodeo with broncho-busting, 
steer-tying and other daring stunts. 9 min. 
Rental $1.00. 

L.1606 THRILLS OF THE AIR 

Most exciting events of every period in the 
development of aviation. 10 min. Rental 
$1.50. 



K.1607 CRYSTAL CHAMPIONS 

A Grantland Rice Sportlight in which 
Johnny Weismuller and other famous 
champions show their swimming and div- 
ing skill. 11 min. Rental $1.25. 

3L.1628 COUGAR, THE KING 
KILLER 

Radio's famous Edwin C. Hill explains how 
mountain lions, killers of deer, sheep and 
cattle, are caught, and the thrilling battles 
are seen. 29 min. Rental $4.50. 

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SPORTS AND GAMES— FOR FAMILY AUDIENCES 

(Continued from preceding page). 



K.1638 SPILLS AND THRILLS 

A Sportlight showing breath-taking aqua- 
plane, motor-boat and water-skiing stunt- 
ing. 10 min. Rental $1.25. 

L-1639 THE FELINE FIGHTER 
A Sportlight showing how the animal- 
destroying bobcat is trailed and caught by 
fearless hounds. 10 min. Rental $1-50. 
3L.1646 FISH FROM HELL 
This is the greatest fishing picture ever 
made. It shows a group of wealthy sports- 
men at the fisherman's paradise (West 
Coast of Mexico), and their thrilling cat- 
ches of an 800-pound tuna, a 120-foot 
whale, a 15-foot leaping swordfish, a shark, 
a giant manta and other monsters of the 
sea. 30 min. Rental $4.50. 
K.1649 SWISS ON WHITE 
Sonja Henie skating at St. Moritz; also 
hockey and other sports in a winter carival. 
11 min. Rental $1.25. 
K-1650 SKLESTA 

An American Skiing picture of value to 
beginners, and of interest to more expert 
skiers. 10 min. Rental $1.25. 
K.1654 TRAILING THE SEA HORSE 
Remarkable pictures of sea horses in Great 
South Bay, off Sayville, Long Island. 10 
min. Rental $1.25. 

L.1656 HITS, RUNS 'N ERRORS 
The technique of our great national game, 
baseball, is shown by Coach Jack Cofifey, 
of Fordham University. 10 min. Rental 
$1.50. 

L.1657 SPORT OF FENCING 
Exhibitions by experts, all Olympic con- 
testants, show the technique and the three 
types of weapons. 10 min. Rental $1.50. 
K.1658 HIGHLIGHTS OF THE 

OLYMPICS 
The 1936 Olympic Games at Berlin, photo- 
graphed from strategic points. 11 min. 
Rental $1.25. 

K.1662 WATER SPORTS 
Diving and swimming races; yacht racing 
and aquaplaning; fishing; other marine 
sports. 10 min. Rental $1.25. 
K.1667 HORSES 

Hundreds of fine horses ; wild horses, 
thoroughbreds, high school steeds; cow- 
punchers at a Western rodeo; polo thrills; 
cavalry maneuvers; Kentucky Derby and 
Grand National Steeplechase. 10 min. 
Rental $1.25. 

K.1668 SNOW THRILLS 
Youths of all ages take to frozen ponds 
and skate; expert skiing, toboganning, bob- 
sledding. 10 min. Rental $1.25. 



K.1669 SNOW FUN 

A diversity of winter sports ; fine figure 
skating by Sonja Henie, hockey game, 
game of curling, trotting snow races and 
skiing. 10 min. Rental $1.25. 
L.1674 WATER FUN 
Contests in swimming and diving; water 
polo ; bronco-riding and other water sports ; 
Johnny WeissmuUer and Eleanor Holm. 10 
min. Rental $1.50. 
K.1700 BIG FISH 

Fishing for tarpon and tuna; sail-fishing; 
harpooning whales: netting salmon. A fish- 
ing film of thrilling action. 10 min. Rental 
$1.25. 

L.1701 BATTLING SILVER KINGS 
A Sportlight in which tarpon are caught 
on a line, tuna fish leap out of the water, 
and a battle is had with a shark. 10 min. 
Rental $1.50. 

2J.1702 SEA KILLERS 
Marlin sword-fish, sea bass, a shark and a 
giant ray are caught in fishing from small 
boats. 18 min. Rental $2.00. 
L.1703 AQtTABATICS 
A thrilling film of swimming, diving and 
other water sports, with several new stunts 
introduced. 11 min. Rental $1.50. 
L.1704 SEA.GOING THRILLS 
Captain Tompkins' daring adventure cruise 
around Cape Horn on his 85-ft. sloop 
"Wander Bird". 10 min. Rental $1.50. 
L.1705 ARCHERY VERSUS GOLF 
Accepting a challenge, members of the 
Meadowbrook Club play this unusual 
match, and the contest proves exceedingly 
interesting. 9 min. Rental $1.50. 
L.1706 SKHNG WITH SCHNEIDER 
Expert ski-ers glide gracefully over the 
snow-covered Alps, and are welcomed 
proudly by Mr. Schneider after their spec- 
tacular jumps. 10 min. Rental $1.50- 
L.1707 SLIM FIGURING 
Women athletes take their place in sports, 
and are seen in training in this interesting 
Sportlight. 10 min. Rental $1.50. 
L.1708 FEMININE FLASHES 

IN SPORT 
Highly interesting film of many young 
women in all kinds of sports. Kay Stam- 
mers, Helen Jacobs, Mrs. Fabian, Sonja 
Henie and others. 10 min. Rental $1.50. 

L.1709 WORLD'S FASTEST GAME 

Clem McCarthy explains the game of 
hockey, after which a big game is shown. 
10 min. Rental $1.50. 



L.1710 FISHING IN THE FJORDS 

Beautiful scenes on the N. E. Coast of 
Norway, where 3000 vessels are seen, and 
big fish are caught by line. 10 min. Rental 
$1.50. 

K.1711 BASEBALL 
The President tosses out the first ball, and 
the season gets under way ; prominent play- 
ers, exciting movies of the World Series. 
10 min.- Rental $1.25. 
L-1712 RIDERS OF RILEY 
Wonderful riding and training of horses 
by the cadets of the cavalry school at Fort 
Riley, Kansas. 10 min. Rental $1.50. 
K.17I3 DOG SHOW 

All kinds of dogs from mutts to blue- ■ 
bloods; a thrilling hunt; a film that is a 
true compliment to man's best friend. 10 
min. Rental $1.25. 

K.1732 COLLEGE FOOTBALL 

Thrilling highlights of major games of 
19-40. 10 min. Rental $1.25. 
K.1733 COLLEGE FOOTBALL 
Thrilling highlights of major games of 

1941. 10 min. Rental $1.25. 
K-1734 COLLEGE FOOTBALL 
Thrilling highlights of the major games of 

1942. 10 min. Rental $1.25. 

K.1720 CAMERA THRILLS ' 

IN AFRICA 
This big game hunt in Africa shows croco- 
diles, wild elephants, rhinoceros, cheetahs 
and a lion. 10 min. Rental $1.25. i 

L.1721 JAI ALAI ("HI-LI") 

This film tells the story of Jai Alai, the 
world's fastest sport. It is in some respects 
similar to baseball, basketball, tennis and i 
handball, but it is faster and more thrill- ' 
ing. 10 min. Rental $1.50. 
L.1722 MONARCHS OF THE RING 
A cavalcade of the highlights of champion- ^ 
ship fights from Dempsey to Louis-Galento. 
10 min. Rental $1.50. 

L.1825 WINTER HOLIDAY 
IN THE ALPS 

The thrills of skiing down from the moun- . 
tain tops, away up in the clouds, are en- . 
joyable, as are the songs of the skiers. 10 
min. Rental $1.50. 

L.1826 WINTER MAGIC 
IN THE ALPS 

After the skiers receive blessing, they are 
seen in their skillful, thrilling descent to 
the valley. 10 min. Rental $1.50. 



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SPORTS AND GAMES— FOR FAMILY AUDIENCES 

( Continued from preceding page) . 



; Ii.1723 KNOW YOUR FOOTBAIX 

I Dr. Mai Stevens, Head Coach of N.Y.U., 

I explains football appreciation. 10 min. 

1 Rental $1.50. 

t L.1724 TOUCHDOWN 
College football training in normal and 
slow motion, which stadium spectators sel- 
dom see. 10 min. Rental Si. 50. 

I 1-1725 DANGEROUS MOUNTAIN 
CLEMBING 
Two young men and a young woman in 
a thrilling climb to a high peak in the 
ic)', wind-swept Alps. 10 min. Rental $1.50. 
K.1726 REDE 'EM COWBOY 
Exciting rodeo, featuring daring stunts by 

. rough-riding rangers. 10 min. Ren tal $ 1.25. 
K.1727 FRESH WATER FISHING 
Speckled trout and lusty salmon are caught 
n this refreshing movie of a fisherman's 
paradise. 10 min. Rental $1.25. 



K.1728 SKI REA^ELS 

Spills and thrills amid scenes of exquisite 
beauty at St. Moritz, Banff and Lake Placid. 
10 min. Rental $1.25. 
K.I729 sock; 

A whirlwind review of boxing and wrestl- 
ing by little and big brave muscular 
fellows. 10 min. Rental $1.25. 

L.1730 CHAMPIONSHIP 
BASKETBALL, 

An analysis of this thrilling game by Coach 
Nat Holman, City College of New York. 
10 rain. Rental $1.50. 
L.1731 FOLX,OW THRU 

Good golf, with Jimmy Thompson, Dick 
Metz and Horton Smith in action. 10 min. 
Rental $1.50. 



L-183- SNOWSCAPES 

IN THE ALPS 

Expert skiers descend from Alpine peaks 
and make the snow rise in clouds as they 
rush downward; views of skating, curling 
and fast hockey games are also seen. 10 
min. Rental $1.50. 

PLEASE NOTE: Many additional 
films in the Sports classification are 
listed in our 16 m/m silent rental 
film catalog. Silent films may be used 
in a sound film projector; the exciter 
lamp should be turned off, and the 
Speaker cord need not be connected 
wth the sound projector. 



FILMS OF ADVENTURE 

Films of adventure are presentations of unusual incidents, sights or experiences which the average person does not 
encounter. Such films seem to hold the spectator's interest as if he is spell-bound. They are diverting and interesting as 
a change from other tj'pes of motion pictures. 



K.1608 THE GOLDEN PAGODA 

A trip to Burma, where you see the famous 
golden Pagoda set with precious jewels. 12 
min. Rental Si. 25. 
K.1609 STREETS OF MYSTERY 

In India, two men visit the home of a 
dancing woman, where one disappears, and 
the other is drugged. 10 min. Rental $1.25. 

K.1624 SPILLED SALT 

Two men discuss superstitions, and one ex- 
plains the origin of the saying that spilled 
salt breeds enmity. 11 min. Rental $1.25. 
L.1626 STR-^NGE WEDDING SIGN 

This film explains the origin of the super- 
stition that a crossed handshake foretells a 
wedding. 10 min. Rental Si. 50. 

L.1627 BELIE\^ IT OR DONT 

Cleverly animated Peanut actors go through 
amusing contortions and dances, and do un- 
believable tricks. 9 min. Rental $1.50. 



L.1635 WE'RE ON OUR WAY 

Methods of passenger transportation from 
the dawn of history to modern airplanes. 
8 min. Rental $1.50. 
L.1636 AN AFRICAN MYSTERY 
An exciting big game hunt in Africa, in 
which many animals are seen, including 
the rare white rhinoceros. 9 min. Rental 
$1.50. 

2L.1645 GRASS 

50,000 people of the Baktyari tribe in 
Persia, cross streams, rivers and snowcap- 
ped mountains in search of grass for their 
herds. 19 min. Rental S3-00. 
K.1659 WAR IN CHINA 
Shanghai under bombardment by Japanese 
planes and artillery. 10 min. Rental $1.25. 
K-1663 "SEE", ISSUE NO. 1 
Scenes in a Movie Zoo show performing 
lions, elephants, chimpanzees, alligators and 
stunting. 10 min. Rental $1.25. 



K.1664: AMERICAN LEGION 
IN NEW Y'ORK 

Fun-loving pranksters on parade; also the 
1919 parade after the World War. 10 min. 
Rental $1.25. 
L.I660 SPONGE DIVERS OF 

TARPON 
Lowell Thomas explains how sponges are 
gathered by men who live at Tarpon 
Springs, Florida. 11 min. Rental $1.50. 
K.1666 "SEE" ISSUE NO. 2 
Aristocrats of Dogdom and trained dogs; 
wrestling; animal boxing match; exciting 
motor-cycle races and daredevil auto- 
driving. 10 min. Rental $1.25. 
K.1672 "SEE" ISSUE NO. 3 
Animal oddities: turtle racing, training bull 
frogs; porcupines and Giant Panda. Strange 
inventions; a fireless cooker, an amphibian 
automobile, etc. 10 min. Rental $1.25. 



NEWSREELS, HISTORICAL AND MISCELLANEOUS 



K-1687 VISIT OF KING GEORGE VI 

The visit of King George and Queen Eliza- 
beth to Canada and the United States, is 
a priceless record of modern history for the 
future. 10 min. Rental $1.25. 



L-1688 PROMINENT 

PERSONALITIES 

Margaret Bourke- White, foremost woman 
photographer; Alois Havrilla, famous com- 
mentator; Grisha Goluboflf, a 12-year vio- 
linist prodigy; Leroy N. Mills who demon- 
strates the fundamentals of football, and 
Helen Rickey, aviatrix. 10 min. Rental 
$1.50. 



L.1689 CORONATION OF 

POPE PIUS xn 

Intimate glimpses of his life, and inspiring 
photography at the Vatican. 10 min. Rental 
$1,50. 



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NEWSREELS, HISTORICAL AND MISCELLANEOUS 

( Continued from preceding p^ge) . 



L-1691 TRIP TO THE SKY 

This scientific documentary film, with 
English narration, depicts a hypothetical 
trip into celestial space. It was awarded 
the Grand Prize for scientific films in 
France. 10 min. Rental $1.50. 



L.1693 REMBR.\1>JDT 

Produced with the co-operation of the Hol- 
land government, this film outlines the his- 
tory of painting, then depicts the life of 
Rembrandt and his famous paintings. 10 
min. Rental $1.50. 



K.1693 WAR IN EUROPE 

Startling scenes in Europe's capitals, photo- 
graphed by ace newsreel cameramen. 10 
lin. Rental $1.25. 



TRAVEL FILMS OF THE WORLD 

Travel films are intensely fascinating, particularly when they are sound films. Strange lands and cities other than that 
in which we live, are brought to us for both enjojinent and education. We se* people and countries which we may 
never visit, and the movie journey is startlingly real. One or two travel films wiU help to make any program more 
enjoyable. 



L-1610 BARCELONA 

TO VALENCLA 

This interesting film shows cathedrals, 
crumbling castles, a bull-ring and amusing 
customs. 10 min. Rental $1.50. 
1^1611 VALENCIA TO GRANADA 
Ox-carts of centuries ago ; curious people 
who dwell in caves; the Alhambra, ancient 
stronghold of the Moors. 10 min. Rental 
$1.50. 

L.1613 GRANADA TO TOLEDO 
Quaint and interesting villages on the way, 
and an interesting jaunt about Toledo, a 
city centuries old. 10 min. Rental $1.50. 
L.1613 IN OLD SIADRID 
Rambling about the famous old Spanish 
city, with its gay sights and laughing peo- 
ple. 10 min. Rental $1.50. 
L.1614 EGYPT, LANT> OF 

PYR.\MIDS 
Alexandria, the seaport; street scenes in 
Cairo ; market-place and camels ; University 
of Eg5'pt; the Pyramids. 10 min. Rental 
$1.50. 

L.1615 GATEWAY TO INDIA 
Bombay, melting pot of the East; strange 
people and strange sights; Indian Fakirs; 
Royal elephants. 10 min. Rental $1.50. 
L.1623 CANAL GYPSIES 
Picturesque English country; canals and 
primitive methods of transportation ; barge- 
men and their families. 7 min. Rental 
$1.50. 

2L.1637 MANCHUKTJO 
Norman Brokenshire explains the import- 
ance of this potentially rich territory. The 
film shows surprisingly modern cities and 
buildings, and close-ups of activities. 14 
min. Rental $300. 

L.1640 HONOLULU TO HAVANA 
The beautiful harbor; native dancers and 
singers of Honolulu. Panama Canal ; 
Hav.ma Harbor; Morro Castle. 10 min. 
Rental $1.50. 



K.1618 RA.MU (ETHIOPL\) 

Many pictures stranger than fiction show 
the great market at Addis Ababa, where 
20,000 natives have gathered; then 50,000 
warriors are seen in picturesque dress. 9 
Tiin. Rental $1.25. 
L.1655 anSSION SAN JUAN 

CAPISTRANO 
Built in 1776, this finest of California's 
missions contains some verj' old vestments, 
and bells dated 1796 which still call the 
Deople to worship. 11 min. Rental $1.50. 
K.1800 LONDON, ENGLAND 
Intimate glimpses of life throughout the 
metropolis; important modern and historic 
places. 10 min. Rental $1.25. 
K.1801 P-\RIS 

Life in the world's most colorful cit}'; land- 
marks, gardens and churches. 10 min. Rent- 
al $1.25. 
K.1803 ROME 

A new film, showing the ancient and mod- 
ern glories of the Eternal Cit^'. 10 min. 
Rental $1.25. 
K-1803 NEW YORK 
Busy streets and famous sk)-scraper build- 
ings ; centers of luxury and splendor ; 
Empire State Building; Rockefeller Center. 
10 min. Rental $1.25. 
R-1804 AMERICA'S HIGH SPOTS 
Views of Mt. Shasta, Calif., Yosemite 
National Park, Carlsbad Caverns, Grand 
Canyon, Yellowstone Park and Niagara 
Falls. 10 min. Rental $1.25. 
L.1805 WASHINGTON, D. C. 
Recent pictures of the Capitol, important 
building of the U. S. Government and life 
in the citv. 10 min. Rental $1.50. 
L.1806 CHARLESTON, S. C. 
Titled "The Cit)' of Proud Memories", the 
film shows beautiful architecture of this 
gracious old city, rich in history, and gives 
details of its famous statesmen. 10 min. 
Rental. $1.50. 



L.1807 OLD FAITHFUL SPEAKS 

A beautiful scenic film of Yellowstone 
National Park; molten lava; hot springs; 
mud volcanoes ; geysers are seen and heard. 
10 min. Rental $1.50. 

K.1808 CANADA'S HIGH SPOTS 

Vancouver; Canadian Rockies; Lake Louise 
and Banff; Toronto; mounted police; 
Horseshoe Falls; Montreal; Quebec; St. 
Lawrence River. 10 min. Rental $1.25. 

L.1809 LAND OF EVANGELINE 

This beautiful film shows the present peace- 
ful life of the residents of Grand Pre, 
Canada, the scene of Longfellow's poem 
"Evangeline". 10 min. Rental $1.50. 

L-1810 THE HOLY LAND 

A thrilling film of Jerusalem and Nazareth 
with comments by Alois Havrilla. Da- 
mascus; the Jaffa Gate; Wailing Wall; 
Via Dolorosa ; the Holy Sepulchre. 10 min. . 
Rental $1.50. 

L-1811 THE CITY OF DAVID 

A tour of Jerusalem showing scenes rem- 
iniscent of the ancient past; business life; 
the three predominant faiths; street scenes 
and close-up pictures of the inhabitants. 10 
min. Rental $1.50. 

K.1812 EXOTIC EGYPT 

Alexandria and Cairo; bazaars; tombs and 
temples; the Sphinx and Pyramids; tour- 
ists on camels. 10 min. Rental $1.25. 

K.1813 S.\HAR.\ 

A thrilling film of caravans and wild 
riders; priests calling Islam to prayer; a 
furious sand-storm. 10 min. Rental $1.25. 

K.1814 VENICE, 

THE MAGNIFICENT 

This captivating city of the Adriatic Sea 
shows the fascinating atmosphere of the 
Middle Ages. 10 min. Rental $1.25. 



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the user specifies "direa return shioment.") PAYMENT: To avoid disappointment, full payment should be enclosed with every order, 

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TRAVEL FILMS OF THE WORLD 

(Cunlinued from preceding p.ige) . 



L.1815 LIFE EV Lu\PL.\ND 

Northernmost province of Sweden, where 
the vanishing race of Laplanders live in 
huts and tents; thousands of reindeer; ski- 
ing in a blizzard. 10 min. Rental $1.50. 

L.1816 jnDSUJDIER IN SWEDEN 

. Flowers and peaceful valleys ; fields of 
I grain; the pleasant, simple life of the peo- 
ple; going to church in boats. 10 min. 
I Rental $1.50. 

L.1817 ISLE OF SPICE 

Ceylon, India: Close-up pictures of the in- 
' habitants, largely of three faiths, Hindu, 
Bhuddist, and Mohammedan, dealing in all 
kinds of spices. Making table covers; 
dances; elephants at work. 10 min. Rental 
$1.50. 

L.1818 CX)R.\L ISLES OF THE 
ATLANTIC 

I Life in Hamilton and St. George, Bermuda. 
I Specimens of coral ; biq-cle riding ; shop- 
I ping; sight-seeing; restful scenes; dancing, 
I and singing. 10 min. Rental $1.50. 

1 K.1819 H.\WAn 

Dancers charm visitors from afar; exotic 
flowers and coco-nut palms; Waikiki 

'Beach; bathers and surf-board riders. 10 

' min. Rental $1.25. 

U1820 IKPrCK, THE IGLOO 
DWELLER 

Life of the Eskimo tribe of the Coronation 
I Gulf territory in Araic Canada. How they 

dress, amuse themselves and construct snow 
.igloos. 10 min. Rental $1.50. 

; K.1821 NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 

Camera views of a nation's conception of 
[ the progress of today and tomorrow. The 
(outstanding buildings of industry and 

lamusement.lO min. Rental $1.25. 

I 

; K-1822 S.VN FRANCISCO FAIR 

I A movie tour through California's world's 
, fair. Beautiful buildings in tribute to the 
! pioneers who settled the West. 10 min. 
Rental $1.25. 

L.1823 FAKIRS OF THE EAST 

Sleight-of-hand tricks by street magicians 
of India. 10 min. Rental $1.50. 

L-1675 SKY RIDERS 

, Thrilling film on avation from 'Wright 
Bros, "flying machine " to ocean clippers 
jof today. 10 min. Rental $1.50. 



K.1830 FUN IN FLORIDA 

The nation's winter vacationland. Seminole 
Indians and smart Miami; man-fightin| 
marlin; alligator farms; racetrack thrills. 
10 min. Rental $1.25. 

L.182- SNOWSCAPES 

IN THE ALPS 

Magnificent views of the Alps in winter, 
decorated with an abundance of snow and 
long icicles; exhibition games of hockey 
and curling, with scenes of expert skating 
and skiing. 10 min. Rental $1.50. 

1^1828 LET'S SEE YOSEMITE 

Bears, deer and squirrels; Mariposa Grove 
of Big Trees; 3000-ft. stately granite "El 
Capitan " ; a superb panorama. 11 min. 
Rental $1.50. 

L.1829 FALLING WATERS OF 
YOSEMITE 

Grand and beautiful scenes beyond the 
power of ordinary description. A glorious 
array of waterfalls is a restful retreat from 
citv life. 11 min. Rental $1.50. 

L..1850 PYRENEES TO LOURDES 

A beautiful scenic film of the Pyrenees, 
and a pilgrimage to the holiest shrine of 
Catholic faith. 10 min. Rental $1.50. 

L.1851 CITIES OF NORTH AFRICA 

TLTsTS: mosques and minarets; masked 
and veiled faces of the Moslem women. 
ALGIERS: chanting voices; arcaded side- 
walks. 

OLD RABAT: street doctors; Sultan's 
palace. 10 min. Rental $1.50. 

1^1852 ANCIENT CITIES 
OF FRANCE 

The film narrator explains the historical 
data of the remains of medieval art; old 
Roman temple, huge arenas, monuments of 
antif'uity. Marseilles: Its turbulent history^ 
10 min. Rental $1.50. 

L-1853 HISTORIC SITES AND 
RESORTS 

Scenes along the Normandy coast show 
birthplace of William the Conqueror, and 
Deauville, one of the most magnificent 
beaches of Europe. 10 min. Rental $1.50. 

L-1854 OLD TOWNS OF 
NORAL4.NDY 

Buildings of beautiful Gothic architecture, 
the finest in France; Tower of Joan of 
Arc; statue of Napoleon. 10 min. Rental 
$1.50. 



L-1855 ALONG xHE FRENCH 
RIVIERA 

Island of St. Marguerite; NICE, MONTE 
CARLO and MONACO: favorite rendez- 
vous of the world ; most magnificent sea 
fronts. 10 min. Rental $1.50. 

L.1856 SINGAPORE 

One of the greatest commercial ports of 
the British Empire; Chinese "Temples, 
Hindu mosques, beautiful buildings and 
much shopping activity. 10 min. Rental 
$1.50. 

L-1857 NOR3L4NDY TO MONT 
ST. MICHEL 

Colorful bits of France; relics and memor- 
ies of the storied past; many views of pic- 
turesque medieval architecture. 10 min. 
Rental $1.50. 

L.1858 VENICE 

One of the most marvelous cities ever built, 
situated in the Northwestern part of the 
Adriatic Sea, on 117 small islands. Gondo- 
las and gondoliers ; Bridge of Sighs ; marble 
palaces. 10 min. Rental $1.50. 

L.1859 GAY AND BEAUTIFUL 
BUDAPEST 

Situated on both banks of the Danube; for- 
merly two separate cities, "Buda" and 
"Pest". One of the most magnificent capi- 
tals of the world. Wide avenues; sidewalk 
cafes. 10 mil.. Rental $1.50. 

L.1860 GLIMPSES OF PARIS 

Important buildings, landmarks and streets; 
world-famous churches, bookstalls; pave- 
ment cafes; Ru de La Paix; Place 'Ven- 
dome; Champs de Elysee; art in the 
Louvre. 10 min. Rental $1.50. 
L-1861 QUAINT TOWNS AND 

RESORTS 
Fashionable resorts and retreats along the 
Blue Coast of the Mediterranean; famous 
resorts of Americans on the Riviera; smart 
harbors, and beach scenes. 10 min. Rental 
$1.50. 

L.1862 FABULOUS MARSEILLES 
Annexed by France in 1841, now one of 
the greatest sea ports in the world. Prin- 
cipal streets and beautiful parks. 10 min. 
Rental $1.50. 



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TRAVEL FILMS OF THE WORLD 

{Continued from preceding page). 



L,.1863 LXFELINE OF BRITISH 
EMPIRE 

The Suez Canal connects the East with the 

West; Port Said; Malta; headquarters for 

the Fleet; hooded women are seen on 

streets; street scenes . . . GIBRALTAR: 

world's most famous rock. 10 min. Rental 

Sl.50. 

L.1864 DAMASCUS AND 

JERUSALEM 
Damascus in Syria, 80% Moslem; narrow 
bazaar streets . . . PALESTINE: the Jaffa 
Gate; fortune tellers; David Street, busiest 
business street ; Via Dolorosa, the Way of 
the Cross; the Holy Sepulchre; the Wail- 
ing Wall. 10 min. Rental $1.50. 
L-lSeS HONG KONG 
Pearl River and China Sea; beautiful mod- 
ern buildings ; arcaded sidewalks ; feminine 
dresses; street scenes; Repulse Bay. 10 min. 
Rental $1.50. 



L.1866 MANILA 

Capital of the Philippines. Skyscraper 
buildings; arcaded sidewalks; avenues and 
boulevards ; the natives and kow they live ; 
University of the Philippines. 10 min. 
Rental Si. 50. 

L.1867 RIO DE JANEIRO 
Beautiful city of Brazil, with its Mosaic 
pavements and palmlined avenues ; Ab- 
original statues; Isabella Palace; Sugar - 
Loaf Rock. 10 min. Rental $1.50. 
L.1868 COLONIAL WILLIAMSBURG 
Fascinating pictures of restored buildings 
of Williamsburg, for 80 years the capital 
of England's 'Virginia Colony. 10 min. 
Rental $1.50. 

L.1869 A DAY IN VIENNA 
A tour of the opera, concerts, beer gardens, 
amusement parks and night clubs reveals 
the gaiety of old 'Vienna. 10 min. Rental 
$1.50. 



K.1870 SAN FRANCISCO 

(Golden Gate City) 

Beautiful scenes in the city and suburbs of 
this great metropolis of western America. 
10 min. Rental $1.25. 

K.1871 BALI (Paradise Isle) 

An enchanting tour of unforgettable splen- 
dor; the people and their occupations; tem- 
ples with massive images; dancing girls; 
fantastic costumes. (For mature audiences). 
10 min. Rental $1.25. 

K.1872 WASHINGTON 

The beautiful architecture of U. S. Gov- 
ernment buildings is revealed in this com- 
plete and inspiring film tour. 10 min. ■ 
Rental $1.25. 



FEATURE PICTURES FOR FAMILY AUDIENCES 

Also suitable for children over 10 



6K-1670 MARCH OF THE MOVIES 

A historical exhibit of the origin and de- 
velopment of motion pictures, from pic- 
tures in motion as used by the early Egypt- 
ians, to well-known' American productions. 
Scenes are shown from "The Hunchback 
of Notre Dame" with Lon Chaney; "The 
Mark of Zorro" with Douglas Fairbanks, 
and other old-timers. 65 min. Rental $7.50. 

4P.8600 LADY OF THE LAKE 

Artistic film version of Sir Walter Scott's 
lovely poem, filmed in Scotland ; featuring 
Percy Marmont and Benlta Hume. 42 min. 
Rental $8.00. 
5L-8601 ZANE GREY'S 

ADVENTURES 
Exciting fishing trip to the South Seas on 
which are seen thrilling catches, such as 
1300-pound marlin; swordfish, sharks and 
mantas, caught by hook and line. 49 min. 
Rental $7.50. 
6K.8604 THE HURRICANE 

HORSEMAN 
Hard-riding, two-fisted Western thriller 
featuring Lane Chandler and his clever 
horse "Raven". Chandler helps in capturing 
an outlaw gang by "fixing" their guns. 
55 min. Rental $7.50. 



6K.8605 BRO-ADWAY TO THE 
JUNGLE 

Nick Stuart and Myrna Kennedy in a story 
of a young man's ambition to rise from 
professional pugilism to a student of Ar- 
chaeolgy. The film is full of adventure and 
a little romance. 62 min. Rental $7.50. 

7K.8610 AIR EAGLES 

Lloyd Hughes, Otis Harlan and Shirley 
Grey in a circus picture featuring an air- 
plane sham battle, which, because of rivalry 
for Shirley's affection, becomes a real aerial 
fight. 68 min. Rental $8.75. 

6K.8612 HIS PRIVATE SECRETARY 

Evelyn Knapp and John Wayne in an en- 
tertaining story of a rich young man who 
can't keep his mind off girls long enough 
to make a start in his father's business. 
65 Tiiin. Rental $7.50. 

6K.8615 DEADWOOD PASS 

Tom Tyler, hard-riding and hard-fighting 
Western player, rounds up "The Black 
Hawk", an escaped convict, and a gang of 
desperadoes. 61 min. Rental $7.50. 

7K.8616 EXPOSURE 

Walter Byron ;ind Lila Lee are featured in 
a story of rival newspaper publishers. Byron 
adapts the methods of a New York news- 
paper to make a failing small town paper 
successful. 67 min. Rental $8.75. 



6K.8619 WHEN A MAN RIDES I 

ALONE I 

Tom Tyler, daring and resourceful West- 
ern hero, is featured in a thrilling story of 
stagecoach robberies which hold the spec- 
tator breathless. 56 min. Rental $7.50. 

7K-8620 OLIVER TWIST 

Dickie Moore is featured in Charles 
Dickens' immortal story of a penniless boy 
in heartless London. 73 min. Rental $8.75. 

5L.8624 THE GALLOPING ROMEO • 

A thrilling Western story showing how 

Bob Steele trails a band of outlaws, and 

how he captures or overcomes them after 

some exciting hard riding and fighting. ■ 

(For both junior and adult audiences). 53 

min. Rental $7.50. 

6M.8626 BLACK BEAUTY 

Esther Ralston and Alexander Kirkwood in 

Ann Sewell's famous story of a young 

man's kindness to his horse. 69 min. Rental i 

510.50. 

GJ.8630 THE TWO-GUN MAN 

Ken Maynard in rip-roaring drama of the 

Wild West. Ken protects a small rancher 

and his daughter from cattle-raids. 63 min. 

Rental $6.00. 



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Prices .ire for overnight use only. Add half of the rental price for each additional day. No ch.irge is made for time lost in transit, Tr.ins- 
portation both ways is to be paid by the user. (Rental films sent by express can be returned by express at half of the outgoing rate if 
the user specifies "direct return shipment.") PAYMENT: To avoid disappointment, full payment should be enclosed with every order, 

unless arrangements have been made for a charge account. 

ALL FILMS LISTED IN THIS CATALOG ARE FOR USE IN 16 M/M SOUND PROJECTORS ONLY 

" FEATURE PICTURES FOR FAMILY AUDIENCES 

Also suitable for children over 10 

(Continued from preceding page). 



6J.8633 THE ARIZON.\ TERROR 

Ken Mayn.ud, popular player of Western 
roles, and his wonderful horse "Tarzan", 
in a thrilling tale of the Mojave Desert 
and its bad ftien. 64 min. Rental $6.00. 

6P.8643 THE COVERED WAGON 

The story of a huge wagon-train of Pio- 
neers who set out for Oregon in 1848. 
Nfany thrilling incidents occurred, and they 



are presented with careful attention to his- 
torical exactness. The distinguished cast in- 
cludes J. Warren Kerrigan, Lois Wilson, 
Ernest Torrence, Tully Marshall, Charles 
Ogle and Alan Hale. (Musical background 
— No dialogue). 66 min. Rental $12.00. 

6M.8660 WnJ> INNOCENCE 

Adapted from Dorothy Cottrell's Cosmo- 
politan story "The Wilderness Orphan", 



this film is dedicated to all true lovers of 
animals. It shows the life of a pet baby 
kangaroo named "Chut", which is found 
by an Australian youth and his mother 
who treat Chut kindly. Chut is an odd but 
gentle pet, and its adventures will fascinate 
all spectators from start to finish. Suitable 
for children over age 10, and for school 
and family audiences. 62 min. Rental 
$10.50. 



MUSICAL WESTERN FEATURES 

For family audiences and children of all ages 
These delightful pictures feature Fred Scott, a likable singing cowboy who was born on a ranch. There is plenty of 
action, as well as singing, in each picture. 



6M.8661 MELODY OF THE PL.\INS 

Fred Scott, silvery-voiced baritone, is 
wrongly accused of shooting his pal. He 
visits his pal's sister, (Louise Small), 
and proves his innocence. The picture is 
enlivened by Freds songs. "Ridin' Down 
the Trail to Albuquerque", "A Hideaw.ay 
in Happy Valley" and other tuneful melo- 
dies. 56 min. Rental $10.50. 
6M.8662 MOONLIGHT ON THE 

RANGE 
When Fred is suspected of stealing cattle, 
he becomes involved in several battles un- 
til he finds the real outlaw. He is finally 



cleared and is restored to Wanda (attract- 
ive Lois January). The picture is made 
doubly entertaining by Fred's songs: "Shin- 
dig", "Sundown Trail", "Albuquerque" and 
"As Time Goes On". 57 min. Rental 
$10.50. 

6M.8663 ROMANCE RIDES THE 
RANGE 

Fred has completed a successful season in 
opera, and returns to his ranch for a vaca- 
tion. He finds that somebody has sold his 
ranch to a beautiful girl, (Marion Shil- 
ling), and Fred manages to induce the dis- 



honest man to buy it back at a higher 
price. Fred's songs "On The Range" and 
"Only You" are neatly dove-tailed with 
the story. 59 min. Rental $10.50. 

6M-8664 THE ROAMING COWBOY 

Fred rescues a rancher's daughter, (Lois 
January), from a band of outlaws, and 
then helps the sheriff to capture them. 
The picture is made gay by Fred's singing 
of Stephen Foster's immortal melodies "Oh, 
Susannah", "Jeannie" and ''Beautiful 
Dreamer", and a comical Western song 
"Waddle-a-ho". 56 min. Rental $10.50 



FEATURE PICTURES FOR FAMILY AUDIENCES 

Also suitable for children over 12 



6K.8606 UNDER SECRET ORDERS 

J. Farrell MacDonald, Don Alvarado and 
I Phyllis Harrington in an exciting story in- 
volving a plot to start a revolution. 59 
[ min. Rental $7.50. 
1 6K.860" THE PHANTOM 
■ Sheldon Lewis and Allene Ray in a mystery 
1 play packed with suspense and excitement. 
The District Attorney receives a threatening 
j letter from the "Phantom", and many hair- 
1 raising situations follow. 56 min. Rental 
I $7.50. 
6K.8608 THE L.'i.W OF THE TONG 
Jason Robards and Phyllis Barrington in 
an interesting story of Secret Service de- 
tective work in Chinatown. 54 min. Rental 
$7.50. 

7K.8609 CHLOE 

Olive Borden and Mollie O'Day, directed 
by Marshall Neilan, in a Southland drama 
of weird 'Voodoo rites. The woodland night 



spectacle of the fanatical 'Voodoo proceed- 
ings, will hold every spectator breathless. 
56 min. Rental $8.75. 
7K-8G13 THE BIG RACE 
Frankie Darro, Boots Mallory and Paul 
Hurst in a thrilling racetrack story. A 
young man acquires a horse which wins 
an exciting race, and proves the young 
man's honesty. 67 min. Rental $8.75. 
7K.8618 SHERLOCK HOLMES' 

FATAL HOUR 
An excellent mystery of the famous sleuth 
who is asked to track down the executive 
head of a vast international ring of crimi- 
nals, none of whom has ever seen him. 
82 min. Rental $8.75. 
7K.8622 THE PHANTOM 

BROADCAST 
Ralph Forbes, 'Vivienne Osborne and a 
good cast, in a radio broadcasting studio 
picture. A talented hunchback sings in the 



background, while he allows a more hand- 
some man of the matinee idol type to take 
the applause. 72 min. Rental $8.75. 

7K.8623 KLONDIKE 

Thelma Todd, Lieut. -Commander Frank 
Hawkes and Lyie Talbot are featured in 
this absorbing movieplay. A young surgeon 
performs an unsuccessful operation and flys 
to Alaska where he is called upon to oper- 
ate in a similar case. The patient recovers, 
but is ungrateful because of rivalry over 
an attractive girl. 72 min. Rental $8.75. 

7K.8627 THE 13TH GUEST ' 

Ginger Rogers, LyIe Talbot and J. Farrell 
Mac Donald are featured in a hair-raising 
mystery in an old home. This is a picture 
which should not be overlooked by anyone 
interested in good mystery stories. 69 min. 
Rental $8.75. 

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Pnces are for overnight use only. Add half of the rental price for each additional day. No charge is made for time lost in transit. Trans- 
portation both ways is to be paid by the user. (Rental films sent by express can be returned by express at half of the outgoing rate if 
the user specifies "direct return shipment.") SUGGESTION: To avoid disappoimment, select several alternate subjects. 

ALL FILMS LISTED IN THIS CATALOG ARE FOR USE IN 16 M/M SOUND PROJECTORS ONLY 

FEATURE PICTURES FOR FAMILY AUDIENCES 

Also suitable for children over 12 

(Continued from preceding page). 



7J.8628 DRUMS OF JEOPARDY 

Warner Oland, June Collyer, Lloyd Hughes 
and Mischa Auer are pictured in this thrill- 
ing mystery drama by the famous writer, 
Harold McGrath. The story centers around 
a beautiful necklace, which is a symbol 
of death. 69 min. Rental $7.00. 
6J-8631 FIGHTIN' THRU 
Ken Maynard and Jeanette LofF are seen 
in this exciting tale of the bold, bad men 



of the gold mines of '49. Ken goes to the 
help of his partner's sister who has been 
swindled by a Western gang, and brings 
them to justice. 61 min. Rental $6.00. 
7J.8632 MURDER AT MIDNIGHT 
Hale Hamilton, Aileen Pringle and Alice 
White in a good murder mystery, filled 
with baffling situations. The picture starts 
off with an "accidental" murder during a 
parlor charade, and three other killings fol- 
low. 69 min. Rental $7.00. 



6J.8635 THE THOROUGHBRED I' 

Wesley Barry, Nancy Dover and Pauline 
Garon are the chief players in this fascin- 
ating racetrack movieplay. After befriend- 
ing a homeless jockey, the oVner of a cele- 
brated horse trusts the young man, who in 
turn, remains loyal to his employer when 
he is tempted to act dishonestly. 56 min. 
Rental $6.00. 



FEATURE PICTURES FOR MATURE AUDIENCES 



51>-b602 VIRGINS OF BALI 

An enchanting glimpse into that island 
paradise of the Dutch East Indies. The 
heralded beauty of the native women is re- 
vealed in delightful pictures of girls at 
the market-place, in spectacular dances and 
attending to their domestic duties. (Musi- 
cal background — No dialogue). 45 min. 
Rental $7.50. 

7K.8603 SHIP OF WANTED MEN 
Fred Kohler and Dorothy Sebastian in a 



sea story of several fugitives who are en- 
deavoring to escape from justice. Dorothy 
is saved from drowning by the captain of 
the ship of criminals, but finds she isn't 
safe among these oassengers. 65 min. 
Rental $8.75. 

7K.8629 X MARKS THE SPOT 
Lew Cody, Sally Blane and Fred Kohler in 
a thrilling story of love, mystery, adventure 
and dynamic action. A Broadway newspaper 
columnist publishes one wisecrack too many 



about a chorus girl's income, and finds 
himself involved in a complicated murder 
case. 73 min. Rental $8.75. 
7J.8634 PARADISE ISLAND 
Kenneth Harlan and Marceline Day in a 
beautiful romance, with the langorous, gla- 
morous South Seas for a background. One 
white woman is desired by three men — one 
a weakling, one a ruthless schemer and one 
a handsome Don Juan. 69 min. Rental 
S7.00. 



SPECIAL PRODUCTIONS 

RELIGIOUS MOTION PICTURE FILMS 

No discount can be allowed to dealers, or others, from prices preceded by an asterisk: * 



(X)12P.5600 THE KING OF KINGS 

Produced by De Mille with H. B. Warner 
as Jesus, the Christ; Ernest Torrence as 
Peter; Joseph Schildkraut as Judas; Jacque- 
line Logan as Mary Magdalene. A reverent 
and beautiful presentation of the greatest 
story in the world. Orchestra and effects. 
No dialogue. Normal rental 1 day $20.00 ; 



each additional consecutive day $10.00; 1 
week * $60.00; each additional consecutive 
week*$40.00; 1 month *$180.00. All above 
prices are increased by 25% for the dura- 
tion of Lent. Territorial restrictions.FwW 
payment must accompany all orders or ad- 
vance reservations. 112 min. 



(X)6M.5601 THE PASSION PL.4Y 

A reverent presentation of the life of the 
Savior of the world, from the Manger to 
the Ascension. An inspiring narration, in- 
terspersed with fine orchestral music and 
beautiful choral selections, takes the place 
of dialogue and adds to the appreciation of 
the picture. (No territorial restrictions.) 
62 min. Rental $10.50. 



SPECIAL PRODUCTIONS— WALT DISNEY 

No discount can be allowed to dealers or others from Special Productions preceded by an asterisk: 



*MICKEY MOUSE AND ^ILLY 
SYMPHONIES 

For use in 16 m/m sound-on-film project- 
ors only. Offered for non-commercial ex- 
hibitions only. 

PLEASE NOTE: The following Mickey 
Mouse and Silly Symphony films are owned 
and copyrighted by Walt Disney Product- 
ions. These films are offered for rental in 
limited territory, and strictly for non-com- 
mercial exhibitions. Their showing must 
not be advertised, nor made open to the 



general public; they must not be used in 
competition with motion picture theaters, 
nor may admission be charged for their 
viewing. Rental service is offered only to 
16 m/m sound film users in the vicinity 
of our library, or in approved locations. 
*MICKEY MOUSE FILMS 
(Black-and. White ) 
•7625 MICKEY'S BUITHDAY 

PARTY 
Mickey receives a- piano for his birthday 
gift, and all the animals frolic and dance. 
8 min. Rental $1.50. 



*7636 MICKEY'S BEACH PARTY 

Pluto fights an octopus, as Mickey and 
Horsecollar come to the rescue. 8 min. 
Rental $1.50. 

*7G27 MICKEY CUTS UP 
Pluto is providing the motive power for 
Micky's lawn mower, when a stray cat in- 
terrupts the proceedings. 7 min. Rental 
$1.50. 

*7628 MICKEY'S ORPHANS 
Wherein Mickey plays Santa Claus to some 
orphan children with Pluto disguised as 
a reindeer. 7 min. Rental $1.50. 



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Prices are for overnight use only. Add half of the rental price for each additional day. No charge is made for time lost in transit. Trans- 
portation both ways is to be paid by the user. (Rental films sent by express can be returned by express at half of the outgoing rate if 
the user specifies "direct return shipment.") PAYMENT: To avoid disappointment, full payment should be enclosed with every order, 

unless arrangements have been made for a charge account. 

ALL FILMS LISTED IN THIS CATALOG ARE FOR USE IN 16 M M SOUND PROJECTORS ONLY 

' SPECIAL PRODUCTIOXS WALT DISNEY 

{Continued from preceding pJge) . 
No discount can be allowed to dealers or others from Special Productions preceded by an asterisk: * 



•7629 JUCKEY'S BARNYARD 
BROADCAST 

About a family of cats that provide too 
much competition for Mickey's new broad- 
casting studio. 9 min. Rental $1.50. 
•7630 >nCKEY IN .\KABL\ 
Minnie is kidnapped by a big bad Arab, 
and Mickey rescues her on his trusty camel. 
8 min. Rental Si. 50. 

•7631 MICKEY'S PIONEER DAYS 
Wild Indians attack Minnie and Mickey in 
their covered wagon, but the hardy little 
settlers finally repulse them. 8 min. Rental 
$1.50. 

•7632 anCKEY THE CASTAWAY' 
How Mickey, a castaway on a desert island, 
narrowly escapes from a huge lion. 8 min. 
Rental 51.50. 
•7633 SnCKEY'S GORILLA 

MYSTERY 
Micke)' hunts an escaped gorilla that has 
captured Minnie. S min. Rental $1.50. 
•7634 >nCKEY'S MUSICAL 

, FARMER 

Mickey and Pluto play scarecrow and ter- 

! rorize the farm animals as well as Minnie. 

; 8 min. Rental $1.50. 
•7635 anCKEY'S MOOSE HUNT 
How the hunters become the hunted, as 
Mickey and Pluto flee for their lives from 
a huge moose. 8 min. Rental $1.50. 

I •7636 MICKEY THE 

I GROCERY BOY 

i Showing Pluto's complete destruction of 
Minnie's turkey dinner. 8 min. Rental 
$1.50. 
•7637 ]*nCKEY"S 

SER\aCE STATION 

i After Donald Duck and Mickey Mouse 

\ fix a car, it falls apart. 8 rain. Rental 

' $1.50. 
•7653 C.\]MPENG OtTT 
A camping story, with a playful mosquito 

I annoying Mickey. Minnie and Pluto. 9 min. 
Rental $1.50. 

•7654 JUCKEY'S STEAM-BOCLER 
Mickey's thrilling chase after a runaway 
steam-roller. 9 min. Rental Si. 50. 
•7635 MICKEY PLAYS PAPA 

' Mickey's dog, "Pluto ", swallows a toy 
while Mickey entertains a small child. 9 
rain. Rental $1.50. 
♦7656 PLAYFUL PLUTO 
Mickey's comical dog tries to help with 

' spring-cleaning work. 9 min. Rental $1.50. 



•7657 TWO-GUN MICKEY 

Mickey s comical rescue of minnie from a 
band of 'Western outlaws. 9 min. Rental 
$1.50. 

•SILLY SYHIPHON"Y FILMS 
(Black-and-white) 
•7641 ARCTIC ANTICS 
Polar bears, penguins, walruses and other 
arctic animals, each on his own cake of ice, 
dance for your enjoyment. 8 min. Rental 
$1.50. 

•7642 WINTER 

Watch how all the animals run when the 
ground-hog sees his shadow. 8 min. Rental 
SI. 50. 
•7643 MOTHER GOOSE 

MELODIES 
All the Mother Goose chararters in an 
amusing musical review. 9 min. Rental 
SI. 50. 

•7644 THE CHINA PLATE 
The characters on a "willow pattern" plate 
come to life in a charming Chinese ro- 
mance. 8 min. Rental $1.50. 

•7645 THE SPIDER AND THE FLY 
Watch the humorous methods of a small 
army of flies, as they rescue Miss Fly from 
the ugly spider's web. 8 min. Rental $1.50. 
•7646 THE BIRD STORE 
How a flock of little birds subdue a fer- 
ocious cat and lock him in a cage. 8 min. 
Rental $1.50. 

•7647 FROLICKING FISH 

Sea-lions, lobsters, clams, starfish and other 
marine life go through some intricate and 
unique stunts. 7 min. Rental $1.50. 

•7648 UGLY DUCKLING 

The tender tale of the little ugly duck, 
and how she fianally becomes her mother's 
chief pride and joy. 8 min. Rental $1.50. 

•7649 MIDNIGHT IN A TOY SHOP 

The toys come to life and entertain us with 
their lively airs and fancy steps. 8 min. 
Rental $1.50. 
•7650 BUSY BEA^^RS 

The comical dance of the beavers and how 
they save their tiny village from destruc- 
tion. 8 min. Rental $1.50. 

•■7651 BIRDS OF A FEATHER 

Woodpeckers, humming birds, peacocks, 
swans and other birds entertain us with 
their queer capers, and musical chorus. 9 
min. Rental $1.50. 



•7652 NIGHT 

Mr. Owl calls on Miss Owl as the frogs 
cavort about in this delightful cartoon musi- 
cal comedy. 8 min. Rental $1.50. 

•WALT DISNEY 

IVnCKEY' MOUSE FILMS 

IN COLOR 

•7809 DON DONALD 

Donald Duck trades his faithful donkey 

for a car that falls apart. 9 min. Rental 

$2.50. 

•7810 ON ICE 

Donald Duck and Mickey's dog "Pluto " in 

a comical ice-skating outing. 9 min. Rental 

$2.50. 

•WALT DISNEY 

SILLY SYMPHONY FILMS 

IN COLOR 

•7800 BIRDS IN THE SPRING 

In the bright springtime, three birds are 
born. One of them strays away, and after 
several thrilling experiences, returns home. 
8 min. Rental $2.50. 
•7801 FATHER NOAH'S ARK 
The animals help Noah build his Ark, then 
go aboard in pairs as Mrs. Noah checks 
them off on her list. 9 min. Rental $2.50. 
•7802 BABES IN THE WOODS 
In the Witch's cave, are all sorts of weird 
beings which were once little boys and 
girls. The babes are enticed to the cave, 
but they are rescued by the elves nearby. 
8 min. Rental $2.50. 
•7803 LULLABY LAND 
A tiny tot is rocked in its cradle, and is 
sung to sleep. The child dreams of "For- 
bidden Land, " where he sees many articles 
used in the nursery. Finally, the sandman 
puts him to sleep. 8 min. Rental $2.50. 
•7805 THE PIED PIPER 
A comical man rids a town of rats, but 
is not paid. 8 min. Rental $2.50. 

•7806 KING NEPTUNE 

The water king rescues a mermaid from 

pirates. 8 min. Rental $2.50. 

•7807 THE GRASSHOPPER 

A lazy grasshopper is fed by ants in winter. 

S min. Rental $2.50. 

•7808 THE CHINA SHOP 

Some Chinaware figures battle over a doll. 

8 min. Rental $2.50. 



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KODASCOPE LIBRARDES DIVISION 



Prices are for overnight use only. Add half of the rental price for each additional day. No charge is made for time lost in transit. Trans- 
portation both ways is to be paid by the user. (Rental films sent by express can be returned by express at half of the outgoing rate if ta 
the user specifies "direct return shipment.") SUGGESTION: To avoid disappointment, select several alternate subjects. I 

ALL FILMS LISTED IN THIS CATALOG ARE FOR USE IN 16 M/M SOUND PROJECTORS ONLY ^ 

SPECIAL PRODUCTIONS— SILLY SYMPHONIES IN COLOR 

{Continued from preceding page). 



•7811 LITTLE HIAWATHA 

A small Indian boy's comical adventures 

with animals in a forest. 9 min. Rental 

$2.50. 

*7812 WATER BABIES 

A musical fantasy of the adventures ot 



many babies who live on lily-pads. 9 min. 

Rental $2.50. 

*7813 THE FLYING MOUSE 

The comical antics of a mouse that wanted 
wings. 9 min. Rental $2.50. 



*7814 THE WISE LITTLE HEN 

A comical hen keeps busier than her barn- 
yard companions. 9 min. Rental $2.50. 
*7815 ELMER ELEPHANT 

Elmer comically rescues his tigress girl- 
friend from a fire. 9 min. Rental $2.50. 



SPECIAL PRODUCTIONS— GROUP NO. 1 

Short comedies and musical comedies, featuring entertainers who sing and dance. 



XD.70 ALL'S FAIR 

Musical comedy in which the singing pick- 
aninnies, ("Cabin Kids"), help their 
Mammy win a county-fair prize. 1 Reel. 
10 min. Rental $1.50. 
XD.71 ASK UNCLE SOL 
Song, dance and comedy film. Humorous 
treatment of the radio personal problem 
hour. Entertainers show what they can do. 
1 Reel. 10 min. Rental $1.50. 
XD.73 THE BOUNDING MAIN 
Musical comedy with the Singing Mariners 
of the Seamen's Institute of New York ; 
featuring songs of the sea. 1 Reel. 10 min. 
Rental $1.50. 

XD.73 DENTAL FOLLIES 
Musical comedy on idea of letting patients 
see a "floor show", to take their mind off 
the dentist's work. 1 Reel. 11 min. Rental 
$1.50. 

XD.74 GIFTS IN RHYTHM 
The talented, singing pickaninnies, ("Cabin 
Kids"), sing and dance at a children's 
party, instead of bringing gifts. 1 Reel. 10 
min. Rental $1.50. 
XD.75 GOING NATIVE 
Three boys visit the Cafe El Rhumba in 
Havana, hoping to see a real Cuban sen- 
orita, but meet a beautiful New York 
dancer instead. 1 Reel. 11 min. Rental 
$1.50. 

XD.76 HILLBILLY LOVE 
Some mountain folk, remembering their 
feud, keep their guns handy at a wedding, 
which is to be "either peaceful or with 
animosity." 1 Reel. 11 min. Rental $1.50. 
XD.77 THE LAST DOGIE 
Musical film with comedy and drama. 'West- 
ern songs are sung against a background 
of men and cattle fighting a blizzard. 1 
Reel. 11 min. Rental $1.50. 
XD.78 LOVE GOES WEST 
Musical comedy. The ads promised the 
girls romance, so the cowboys at a ranch 
sing songs and play tunes to keep the girls 
from leaving. 1 Reel. 11 min. Rental $1.50. 



XD.79 MISS LONELY HEARTS 

Musical comedy. The boys and girls of the 

Lonely Hearts Club are made happy when 

the girls do their singing, dancing and 

tumbling acts. 1 Reel. 10 min. Rental 

$1.50. 

XD.80 PINK LEMONADE 

Comedy. The singing pickaninnies, ("Cabin 

Kids"), sing and dance for a circus clown 

who also entertains them. 1 Reel. 10 min. 

Rental $1.50. 

XD.81 play; girls 

Song and dance comedy. A stage-manager's 
wife arranges a surprise show at home, 
with a bevy of pretty girl entertainers. 1 
Reel. 11 min. Rental $1.50. 
XD.82 POT LUCK 

Song and dance comedy. Rich Mr. Simpson 
pleads poverty, but the income-tax inspect- 
ors are lavishly entertained at his home, 
by mistake. 1 Reel. 11 min. Rental $1.50. 

XD.83 THE QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY 

Musical comedy. A dainty little miss is 
made happy with son^s, dances and com- 
edy by entertainers. 1 Reel. 10 min. Rental 
$1.50. 

XD.84 RHYTHM SAVES THE DAY 
Comedy with music. The singing pick- 
aninnies help in presenting rhythmic en- 
tertainment to an appreciative park aud- 
ience. 1 Reel. 11 min. Rental $1.50. 

XD.85 THE RING GOES ROUND 

Musical-comedy mystery involving the last 
copy of a song; with singing and dancing. 
1 Reel. 10 min. Rental $1.50. 

XD.86 SEEING NELLIE HOME 

Musical comedy. An old-fashioned party, 
with old favorite songs; and an auction in 
which the lucky bidder will escort a pretty 
girl. 1 Reel. 11 min. Rental $1.50. 
XD.87 SEE UNCLE SOL 
Musical comedy. The Alan K. Foster Girls 
in a song, dance and comedy film of a 
comical judge in a radio court. 1 Reel. 11 
min. Rental $1.50. 



XD-88 SLOW POKE 

Comedy with music, featuring the slow- 
moving Stepin Fetchit. Step's wife makes 
her radio "debutt ", while he thinks of 
some comical labor-saving devices. 1 Reel. 

10 min. Rental $1.50. 

XD.89 SONGS OF THE DANUBE 

A musical gem showing 'Vienria, home of 
Mozart, Schubert and Strauss; with en- 
trancing selections from their glorious, 
immortal music. 1 Reel. 9 min. Rental 

$1.50. 

XD.90 SORORITY BLUES 

Musical comedy. Song and dance enter- 
tainment is provided by pretty girls so that 
a college girl can do her exams. 1 Reel. 

11 min. Rental Si. 50. 

XD.9I strike; YOU'RE OUT 
Musical comedy. Some wives go on strike, ' 
but return when their husbands hire pretty 
maids who sing and dance. 1 Reel. 11 min. _ 
Rental $1.50. I 

X0.92 TRAILER PARADISE I 

Song and comedy hit, with the Cabin Kids. 
They sing tuneful songs in a Miami trailer 
camp, while their chicken dinner is frying. 
1 Reel. 9 min. Rental $1.50. 

XD.93 WAY DOWN YONDER 

Romantic Negro musical. Duke tricks 
Shiftless Sam into marrying 'Widow Jones, 
so that he can marry her pretty daughter. 
1 Reel. 11 min. Rental $1.50. : 

XD.94 WAY OUT WEST 

Comedy with song. Some cowboys are en- 
tained by the Cabin Kids in a restaurant. 
1 Reel. 10 min. Rental $1.50. 

MUSICAL AND 
NOVELTY SUBJECTS 

XD-95 THE BIG APPLE 

The Arthur Murray Sh.ag Dancers, in a 
comedy with peppy dance numbers, and the 
story of how one college boy won his 
letter by teaching "The Big Apple". 1 
Reel. 9 min. Rental $1.50. 



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I portation both ■nays is to be paid by the user. (Rental films sent by express can be returned by express at half of the outgoing rate if 

the user specifies "direct return shipment.") SUGGESTION: To avoid disappointment, select several alternate subjects. 

' ALL FILMS LISTED IN THIS CATALOG ARE FOR USE IN 16 M/M SOUND PROJECTORS ONLY 

' SPECL\L PRODUCTIONS— GROUP NO. 1 

Short comedies and musical comedies featuring entertainers who sing and dance. 

{Continued from preceding page). 



XD.96 THE HOIX\'\VOOD 
GAD.\BOUT 

"All Star Show". Walter Winchell intro- 
duces several motion picture celebrities 



in his own humorous way. 1 Reel. 9 min. 

Rental Si. 50. 

XD.97 HOW TO DANCE THE SHAG 

Instructive and entertainine. Arthur Murray 



teaches, step by step, the fundamentals of 
of this popular dance. A reel of pep and 

action. I Reel. 8 min. Rental $1.50. 



SPECL\L PRODUCTIONS— GROUP No. 'i 

Special approval is not required for any subject in Group No. 2, but their use must be of non-theatrical character. They 
must not be used in commercial competition «ith regularly established theaters; or exhibited in steamships, railroad 
trains or other public carriers, or by television or any other method of distant transmission. A reduction of S2.50 wUl be 
allowed from any film in this group, provided the user contracts in advance for the use of at least si.v films, (from 
Group No. 2 only), mthin one year's time. The rebate of $2.50 per film wUl be deducted from the price of the sixth 
film supplied, pro\-ided the user has submitted a written order in advance, for at least six subjects, (from Group No. 
2 only), to be rented in one year's time. No discount can be allowed to dealers, or others, from any film in Group No. 2. 



•XE.20 CHU CHIN CHOW 

Anna May Wong, George Robey, Fritz 
Kortner: Highly amusing, lavishly pro- 
duced movie version of the Arabian Nights 
phantasy, "Ali Baba and the 40 Thieves"; 
with good comedy, excellent musical score, 
and fine voices. 67 min. Rental $12.5^. 

•XE.21 THE COUNT OF 
3IONTE CRISTO 

Robert Donat, Elissa Landi and a large 
supporting cast: Expensively produced 
movieplay of Alexandre Dumas' unmortal 
classic. "Thrilling adventure-romance of a 
young sea-captain who escapes from his 
captors, and achieves great power. 117 min. 
Rental $20.00. 

•XE-22 D.ANIEL, BOONE 
George O'Brien, Heather Angel: Thrilling 
adventure story of about 30 families of 
early American settlers in search of new 
lands and homes.They have furious battles 
with bands of savage Indians who set 
their stockade afire. 81 min. Rental $17.50. 

*XE.23 HER UNCLE SA3I 

Barbara Stanwyck, Robert Young: Gay, ro- 
mantic comedy in which a beautiful, high- 
spirited girl,-daughter of a United States 
army colonel,-stops seeking adventure when 
convinced that she loves a certain hand- 
some American soldier. 81 min. Rental 
$15.00. 



•XE.24 I COA'ER 

THE W.ATERFRONT 

Claudette Colbert, Ben Lyon: Romantic 
adventure of a handsome newspaper re- 
porter who trails a smuggler, then falls in 
love with his beautiful daughter. 65 min. 
Rental $15.00. 

*XE.25 THE LAST OF THE 
MOHICANS 

Randolph Scott, Binnie Barnes, Henry 
Wilcoxon: A truly great movieplay of 
James Fenimore Cooper's tfirilling adven- 
ture story of fierce battles with savage 
Indians during America's most exciting 
days. 94 min. Rental $17.50. 

*XE.26 THE MAN 

WB.O LrV^D AGAIN 

Boris Karloff, Anna Lee: Weird story of 
a mind specialist who decides to use a 
fantastic "mind mechanism" destructively 
against mankind. 85 min. Rental $12.50. 

*XE.27 PALOOKA 

Jimmy Durante, Lupe 'Velez, Stuart Erwin: 
At the persuasion of the comical Jimmy 
Durante, a country youth defeats a cham- 
pion pugilist who is not in fighting con- 
dition. The winner is idolized by pretty' 
cirls then is challenged to a return bout. 
72 min. Rental $15.00. 



*.VE-28 PECK'S B.\D BOY 

WITH THE CIRCUS 

Tommy Kelly, Ann Gillis, Edgar Kennedy: 
Comedy in which Tommy, (of "Tom 
Sawyer" fame), feeds sleeping pills to a 
lion-tamer's lions, and spoils the act. 
Comedy is mixed with thrills when the 
lion-tamer seeks revenge. 71 min. Rental 
$17.50. 

*XE.29 SECRET AGENT 
Madeleine Carroll, Peter Lorre, Robert 
■^'oung: Movie version of W. Somerset 
Maugham's mystery tfiriller of Secret Ser- 
vice agents trailing a clever spy who must 
be stopped. 85 min. Rental $12.50. 
*XE.30 TRANSATL.'VNTIC 

9IERRY.GO.ROUND 
Jack Benny, Gene Raymond, Nancy Carroll. 
Mitzi Green, Frank Parker, The Boswell 
Sisters: Comedy with music, featuring 15 
stars. Comical adventures of cardsharps 
and jewel thieves on a ship with showboat 
atmosphere. 80 min. Rental $15.00. 
*XE.31 WITH WORDS ANT) MUSIC 
Large cast with Irene Her\ey, Robert 
Armstrong, Paula Stone and several Gilbert 
& Sullivan players: Highly praised musical 
comedy for family audiences, with songs 
from such famous operettas as "Pinafore", 
"Patience", "The Mikado", "lolanthe", 
"The Pirates of Penzance", "Ruddigore" 
and others. 68 min. Rental $1500. 



SPECIAL PRODUCTIONS— GROUP No. 3 

SHIRLEY TEMPLE COMEDIES 



•DORA'S DUNTilNG DOUGHNUTS 

Shirley Temple and Andy Clyde Comedy: 
Shirley helps her teacher in a comical radio 
performance. 2 Reels. 21 min. Rental $300. 



*>L\NAGED MON'EY 

Shirley Temple Comedy: Shirley and her 
friends in a search for gold on a desert. 
2 Reels. 21 min. Rental $3.00. 
•MERRILY YOURS 
Shirley Temple Comedy: Shirley's brother 
gets even with a schoolmate who plays 



pranks on him. 2 Reels. 22 min. Rental 

$3.00. 

•PARDON MY PUPS 

Shirley Temple Comedy: Shirley's brother's 
dog rewards him with the cutest pups. 2 
Reels. 20 min. Rental $300. 



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portation both ways IS to be paid by the user. (Rental films sent by express can be returned by express at half of the outgoing rate if 
the user specifies direct return shipment.") SUGGESTION: To avoid disappointment, select several alternate subjects. 

ALL FILMS LISTED IN THIS CATALOG ARE FOR USE IN 16 M/M SOUND PROJECTORS ONLY 



SPECIAL PRODUCTIONS— GROUP No. 

{Continued from preceding page). 
CARTOON COaiEDIES IN TECHNICOLOR 



*BOTJ> KING COLE 

(Technicolor). The comical Felix-the-Cat 
protects a King from ghosts. (For children 
over 12, and adults). 1 Reel. 8 min. Rental 
S2.50. 

•CUPID GETS HIS MAN 

(Technicolor). A band of comical cupids 
stops a couple's battling. (For children of 
all ages, and adults). 1 Reel. 8 min. Rental 
S2.50. 

•MOLLY MOO COW AND 

RIP VAN WINKLE 

(Technicolor). Some merry dwarfs drink a 
toast to Rip. (For children of all ages, and 
adults). 1 Reel. 8 min. Rental $2.50. 

♦MOLLY MOO COW AND 

ROBINSON CRUSOE 

(Technicolor). The comical cow rescues the 
stranded youth. (For children of all ages, 
and adults). 1 Reel 8 min. §2.50. 



•THE GOOSE TIL\T LAID 

THE GOLDEN EGG 

( Technicolor ) . Felix-the-Cat gets a valuable 
goose and a treasure-ship. (For children of 
all ages, and adults). 1 Reel. 8 min. Rental 
S2.50. 

•IT'S A GREEK LIFE 

(Technicolor): A Greek cobbler wears a 
customer's winged shoes. (For adults, and 
children over 12). 1 Reel. 8 min. Rental 
$2.50. 

♦NEPTUNE NONSENSE 

(Technicolor). Felix seeks a companion for 
his .goldfish. (For children of all ages, and 
adults). 1 Reel. 8 min. Rental $2.50. 

♦THE TOONERVILLE PICNIC 

(Technicolor). The Terrible-Tempered Mr. 
Bang shares his lunch with a dog. (For 
children of all ages, and adults). 1 Reel. 
8 min. Rental $2.50. 

♦THE TOONERVILLE TROLLEY 

(Technicolor). The comical conductor fights 
a bull. (For children of all ages, and 
adults). T. Reel. 8 min. Rental $2.50. 



•MOLLY MOO COW AND 

THE BUTTERFLIES 

(Technicolor). The comical cow chases 
butterflies. (For children of all ages, and 
adults). 1 Reel. 8 min. Rental $2.50. 

♦MOLLY MOO COW AND 
THE INDIANS 

(Technicolor). The comical cow rescues an 
Indian child. (For children of all ages, and 
adults). 1 Reel. 8 min. Rental $2.50. 

♦TROLLEY AHOY 

(Technicolor). The Powerful Katinka helps 
the conductor reach a train. (For children 
of all ages, and adults). 1 Reel. 8 min. 
Rental $2.50. : 

*\^AVE.S WELCOME 

(Technicolor). A small boy learns to tell the ' 
truth. (For children of all ages, and 

adults). 1 Reel. 8 min. Rental $2.50. 



MUSIC.\L PICTURES 



♦AIDA 

From opera by 'Verdi ; played by National 
Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra of 122 
pieces; with mixed chorus of 100 voices. 
1 Reel. 10 min. Rental $2.00. 

♦ROSAMUNDE 

(Schubert): Played by National Philhar- 
monic Symphony Orchestra, consisting of 
122 pieces. 1 Reel. II min. Rental $2.00. 



•SING WHILE YOU'RE ABLE 

Pinky Tomlin, Toby 'Wing: Rhythmic com- 
edy-romance of a hill-billy who broad- 
casts his tuneful songs. 61 min. Rental 
$10.00. 

♦WITH LOVE AND KISSES 

Pinky Tomlin, Toby 'Wing: Rhythmic com- 
edy-romance of farmhand who writes song 
hits. 65 min. Rental $10.00. 



•SWING IT, PROFESSOR 

Pinky Tomlin, Paula Stone: Comedy- I 
romance of music professor who out-swings 
all "swing" musicians. 58 min. Rental 
$10.00. 

♦TH.\NKS FOR LISTENING 

Pinky Tomlin, 3 Bryan Sisters, Maxine 
Doyle: Comedy with music. Pinky turns 
troubles into bubbles with his cheerful 

songs. 6'i min. Rental $10.00. 



KERMIT M.\YNARD ACTION FE.4TURES 

James Oliver Garwood's clean, wholesome, a«tion stories of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police; featuring Kermit May. 
nard. talented and fearless rider; "Rocky", his favorite horse, and a good supporting cast. 



♦THE CALL OF THE NORTH 

Kermit Maynard: A furious battle with 
Northwoods desperadoes. 60 min. Rental 
$7.50. 

♦THE CX>DE OF THE MOUNTED 

Kermit Maynard: A stirring tale of the 
Corps of Courage. 62 min. Rental $7.50. 



♦THE FIGHTING TROOPER 

Kermit Maynard: Thrilling round-up of 
mysterious night riders. 61 min. Rental 
$7.50. 

•THE NORTHERN FRONTIER 

Kermit Maynard: Exciting adventures in 

trjiling an outl.iw: 66 min. Rental $7.50. 



♦THE TRAILS OF THE WILD 

Kermit Maynard: Rescue of a mining 
engineer in Ghost Mountain wilderness. 
64 min. Rental $7.50. 

♦THE WILDCAT TROOPER 

Kermit Maynard: Break-up of a war be- 
tween rival fur-trappers. 65 min. Rental 



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Prices are for overnight use only. Add half of the rental price for each additional day. No charge is made for time lost in transit. Trans- 
portation both ways is to be paid by the user. (Rental films sent by express can be returned by express at half of the outgoing rate if 
the user specifies "direct return shipment.") PAYMENT: To avoid disappointment, full payment should be end'^sed with every order, 

unless arrangements have been made for a charge account. 

ALL FILMS LISTED IN THIS CATALOG ARE FOR USE IN 16 MM SOUND PROJECTORS ONLY 

SPECIAL PRODUCTIONS— GROUP iS'o. 3 
James Oliver Cnrwood's clean, wholesome, action stories of the Royal Canadian Momited Police; featuring- Kermit May. 
nard, talented and feariess rider; ''Rocky", his favorite horse, and a good supporting cast. 

(CnrithiueJ from preceding page). 



•THE COURAGE OF THE WEST 

Kermit Maynard: A dishonest scheme to 
acquire a mine is frustrated. 69 min. Rent- 
al S7.50. 

THE FIGHTING TEXAN 
Kermit Maynard: A battle with rustlers to 
solve a prairie mystery. 62 min. Rental 
S7.50. 



'THE PHANTOM PATROL 

Kermit Maynard: Fugitives from justice 
are c.iptured in the forests. 62 min. Rental 
$7.50. 

•THE RED BLOOD OF COURAGE 

Kermit Maynard: Single-handed capture of 
a toueh outlaw. 65 min. Rental $7.50. 



•THE WILDERNESS >L\IL 

Kermit Maynard: Myster)' of a trading post 
in the frozen wastelands. 64 min. Rental 
$7.50. 

•THE WILD HORSE ROUNDUP 

Kermit Maynard: Battle for control of 
rich grazing lands. 64 min. Rental S~.50. 



FR.^NKIE DARRO ACTION PICTURES 

These are movieplays of stories by Peter B. KjTie, long a favorite of book.lovers; featuring the popular juvenile star, 
Frankle Darro, talented athletic youth, and a good supporting cast. 



•ANYTHING FOR A THRILL 

Frankie Darro: Thrilling adventures of an 
ace newsreel cameraman. 62 min. Rental 
$^.50. 

•BLACK GOLD 

Frankie Darro: Dramatic story of a strug- 
gle for oil. 62 min. Rental $7.50. 
•BORN TO FIGHT 
Frankie Darro: Exciting movie of a champ- 
ionship boxing match. 68 min. Rental 
S7.50. 

•THE DEVIL DLVMOND 
Frankie Darro: Adventure mystery of the 
disapoearance of a valuable gem. 62 min. 
Rental $7.50. 



•THE HE.\DLINE CRASHER 

Frankie Darro: Political story; Frankie 
helps people in distress. 64 min. Rental 
$7.50. 

•MEN OF ACTION 

Frankie Darro: Heroic struggle to con- 
struct gigantic dam in contract time. 63 
min. Rental $7.50. 

•RACING BLOOD 

Frankie Darro: A crippled colt, after care- 
ful nursing, wins a thrilling race. 68 min. 

Rental $7.50. 



•TOUGH TO H.\NDLE 

Frankie Darro: A whirlwind search for a 
winning sweepstake ticket. 61 min. Rental 
$7.50. 

•VALLEY OF WANTED MEN 

Frankie Darro: Dramatic, mad dash of des- 
perate men to hide in a valley. 62 min. 
Rental $7.50. 

•YOUNG DYNAMITE 

Frankie Darro: Detective story on work of 
the Secret Service. 63 min. Rental $7.50. 



SPECIAL PRODUCTIONS— GROUP No. 3 



THIS IS CHINA 

, A striking documentary epic, (not a war 
picture), "of Chinas teeming millions. 22 
•nin. Rental $10.00. 

•THE LITTLE RED SCHOOLHOUSE 

Tunior Coghlan and Dickie Moore: Ad- 
I ventures of a boy who ran away from 
school. 63 min. Rental $10.00. 

I 'IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF 
ST. PATRICK 

■ Travel film showing rivers, famous shrines 
1 and interesting places in Iieland. 22 min. 

Rental $10.00. 

•RED LIGHTS AHE.AD 
I Andy Clyde, Paula Stone: Merry and gay, 

but almost tragic storj' of a family. 61 min. 

Rental $10.0ot 
j THE VAMPIRE BAT 

Lionel Atwill, Fay Wray, Melvyn Douglas: 

A hair-raising mystery holds a village in 

fear. 66 min. Rental $10.00. 



•THE EDGE OF THE WORLD 

A documentary epic of a hardy people on 
a lonely Shetland island. Highly recom- 
mended. 72 min. Rental $17.50. 
•KAMET CONQUERED 

Vivid record of an expedition's ascent to 
its peak, 25,447 ft. high, in the Himalayas. 
25 min. Rental $10.00. 

•TUNDRA 

Thrilling adventures of a young physician 
lost in Alaskan wilderness. 70 min. Rental 
$16.00. 

•OUR DAILY BREAD 

Karen Morley, Tom Keene: King Vidor's 
pioneer drama of a co-operative colony on 
a farm. 76 min. Rental $15.00- 



•WITH WILUAMSON 

BENEATH THE SEA 

Amazing record of monsters and creatures 
of the deep. 22 min. Rental $10.00. 

*THE C^4LL OF THE WILDERNESS 

Hair-raising movie of wild beasts of prey; 
both entertaining and instructive. 65 min. 
Rental $12.50. 

•THE WAY OF THE WILD 
Thrilling camera studies of wild life: in- 
sects, birds and animals in Africa. 18 min. 
Rental $7.50. 

A DRAMA FOR ADULTS 

•THE DOCKS OF 

SAN FRANCISCO 

Mary Nolan, Jason Robards: A girl's 
efforts to break away from her companions 
of the waterfront. 55 min. Rental $10.00. 



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portation both ways is to be paid by the user. (Rental films sent by express can be returned by express at half of the outgoing rate if 
the user specifies "direct return shipment.") PAYMENT: To avoid disappointment, full payment should be enclosed with every order, 

unless arrangements have been made for a charge account. 

ALL FILMS LISTED IN THIS CATALOG ARE FOR USE IN 16 M/M SOUND PROJECTORS ONLY 

SPETIAL PRODUCTIONS— GROUP No. 3 " 

Special approval is not required for the use of any subject in Group No. 3. A reduction of $2.50 will be allowed from 
any feature film renting at $17.50 or more, (in Group No. 3 only), provided the user contracts in advance for the use 
of at least siv $17.50 or $20.00 films, (from Group No. 3 only), within one year's time. The rebate of $2.50 from $17.50 
or $20.00 films wil be deducted from the price of the sixth film supplied, provided the user has submitted a written or3er 
ill advance, for at least six subjects, (from Group No. 3 only), to be rented in one year's time. No discoimt can be al- 
lowed to dealers, or others, from any film in Group No. 3. 

{Continued from preceding page). 



*.\D\^NTUBES AT 

THE BASKERVILLES 

Sherlock Holmes detective mystery of a 
valuable horse. 67 min. Rental $15.00. 

♦.\DVENTURES OF THE 

MASKED PHANTOM 

Monte Rawlins musical Western: A cow- 
boy saves a pretty girl's ranch. 59 min. 
Rental $10.00. 

•ALGIERS 

Charles Boyer, Sigrid Gurie, Hedy Lamarr: 
Romantic adventures of a jewel thief in a 
mysterious section of Algiers. 90 min. 
Rental $17.50. 

♦BLOCKADE 

Madeleine Carroll, Henry Fonda: Stirring 
romantic drama of wartime adventures. 81 
min. Rental $17.50. 

♦DARK SANDS 

Paul Robeson: Fascinating adventure on the 
sun-baked Sahara Desert. 63 min. Rental 
$10.00. 



♦DREAMING LIPS 

Elisabeth Bergner, Raymond Massey: Emo- 
tional drama of indiscreet infatuation. (For 
adult audiences). 68 min. Rental |15.00. 

♦52ND STREET 

Gay cavalcade of New York's clubs and 
entertainers, with large cast. SO min. Rent- 
al $17.50. 

♦THE FLYING DEUCES 

Laurel & Hardy, Jean Parker; The comical 
pair join the Foreign Legion to forget a 
girl, then try to resign. 72 min. Rental 
$17.50. 

♦THE GAY DESPERADO 

Nino Martini, Ida Lupino: Comedy with 
music; romance of a pretty girl and a sing- 
ing bandit. 88 min. Rental $17.50. 

♦HISTORY IS MADE AT NIGHT 

Charles Boyer, Jean Arthur: Romance of 
a Paris man-about-town and a pretty girl. 
96 min. Rental. $17.50. 



♦I MET MY LOV^ AGAIN 

Joan Bennett, Henry Fonda: A girl returns 
from life in Paris to marry her first beau. 
72 min. Rental $17.50. 
♦LOA^ FROM A STRANGER 
Ann Harding, Basil Rathbone: Mystery- 
drama of a bride's discovery of her hus- 
band's character. 65 min. Rental $17.50. 
♦ONE RAINY AFTERNOON 
Francis Lederer, Ida Lupino, Hugh 
Herbert: Comedy with music; a handsome 
actor kisses a pretty girl by mistake, and 
the publicity is tremendous. 82 min. Rental 
$17.50. 
♦STAND-IN 

Leslie Howard, Joan Blondell: Comedy- 
romance of a banker trying to solve a 
movie producer's financial problem. 90 min. 
Rental $17.50. 

♦YOU ONLY LrVTE ONCE 
Sylvia Sidney, Henry Fonda: Drama of a 
young wife's love for her ex-convict hus- 
band. 72 min. Rental $17.50. 



^ " SPECIAL PRODUCTIONS— GROUP No. 4 

Soeciad approval is not required for the use of any subject in Group No. 4. AU feature films in this group are product- 
ior^ released by a major company. Sufficient short subjects are included to make up a complete 90-minute program. 
The rental rate of each program is $15.00. When six or more programs are ordered in advance, (from Group No. 4, 5 
or 6) a reduction of $2.50 per program is aUowed. The rebat« of $2.50 per program will be deducted from the price 
of the sLxth film suppUed, provided the user has submitted a written order in advance for at least six programs (from 
Group No. 4, 5, or 6 only), to be rented in one year's ftme. No discount can be aUowed to dealers, or others, from 
any film in Group No. 4). 



♦ELEPHANT BOY 

Sabu, and Iravatha the elephant: Thrilling 
movie of Kipling's story "Toomai of the 
Elephants ". 

♦CATHERINE THE GREAT 

Elisabeth Bergner, Douglas Fairbanks, Jr: 

Fascinating historical biography of Russia's 

empress. 

•MEN ARE NOT GODS 

Miriam Hopkins, Gertrude Lawrence: A 
critics secretary alters his review, and makes 
an unknown actor famous. 

♦MURDER ON DIAMOND ROW 

Edmund Lowe, Ann Todd: Thrilling de- 
tective mystery from Edgar 'Wallace story. 



♦THE GAIETY GIRLS 

Patricia Ellis, Jack Hulbert: Comedy of a 

young millionaire who poses as a reporter 

to win a girl. 

♦THE GHOST GOES WEST 

Robert Donat, Jean Parker, Eugene 

Pallette: Hilarious comedy about a ghost 

that occupies an old castle. 

♦PRIVATE LIFE OF HENRY VHI 

Charles Laughton, Merle Oberon: Histori- 
cal but gay movieplay of England's Tudor 
Court. 

♦REMBRANDT 

Charles Laughton, Gertrude Lawrence: 
Colorful story of the great painter. 



♦KNIGHT WITHOUT ARMOR 

Marlene Dietrich, Robert Donat: Thrilling 
war story of a countess rescued by a 
modern knight. 
♦THE M.AN WHO COULD 

WORK MIRACLES 
Roland Young, Joan Gardner: H. G. 
■Wells' comedy in which many comical 
miracles are performed. 

•SANDERS OF THE KHER 

Paul Robeson: Edgar WalLice thriller of 

primitive people ruled by a man's hypnotic 

will. 

•THE SCARLET PIMPERNEL 

Leslie Howard, Merle Oberon: Brilliant 
costume picture of the French aristocrats. 



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portation both ways is to be paid by the user. (Rental films sent by express can be returned by express at half of the outgoing rate if 

I the user specifies "direct return shipment.") SUGGESTION: To avoid disappointment, select several alternate subjects. 

1 ALL FILMS LISTED IN THIS CATALOG ARE FOR USE IN 16 M/M SOUND PROJECTORS ONLY 

SPECIAL PRODUCTIONS— GROUP No. 4 

Special approval is not required for the use of any subject in Group No. 4. All features films in this group are product, 
ions released by a major company. Sufficient short subjects are included to make up a complete 90-minute program. 
The rental rate of each program is $15.00. When six or more programs are ordered in advance, (from Group No. 4, 5 
or 6), a reduction of $2.50 per program is allowed. The rebate of $2.50 per program will be deducted from the price 
of the sixth film supplied, provided the user has submitted a written order in advance for at least six programs (from 
Group No. 4, 5, or 6 only), to be rented in one year's time. No discount can be allowed to dealers, or others, from 
any film in Group No. 4). 

(Continued from preceding page). 



•THE OUTSIDER 

George Sanders. Mary Maguire: Powerful 
drama of a genius, who, without a degree, 
cures hopeless cripples. 
•PRrV'ATE LIFE OF DON JUAN 

Douglas Fairbanks, Merle Oberon: Typical 
Fairbanks gay, romantic swash-buckling 
comedy-adventure. 



•RETURN OF THE 

SCARLET PIMPERNEL 

Barrj' Barnes, Sophie Stewart: History's 
most reckless hero snatches innocent vic- 
tims from the guillotine. 



•THINGS TO COME 

Raymond Massey, Sir Cedric Hardwicke: 
H. G. Wells' amazing forecast of the fu- 
ture, starting in 19-40. 



SPECIAL PRODUCTIONS— GROUP No. 5 

,\11 feature filnis in this group are Universal pictures. They are available for showing in schools, clubs, churches, pri- 
vate homes, etc., provided the locations are approved by the producers. Applicants for the use of these subjects are re- 
quired to supply the information requested on the enclosed SPECIAL APPLICATION FORM. We suggest that these 
pictures be booked sufficiently in advance to allow for the additional time needed to secure such approvals, — about two 
weeks' time. Release dates are shottn for pictures not available at the time this Ust was prepared. Each of the films 
rents at $17.50 per day, except the following which rent at $20.00 each, per day: "Back Street", "First Love", "A Little 
Bit of Heaven", "Mad About Music" and "Spring Parade". Sufficient short subjects are included to make up complete 
90.minute shows. WTien sLx or more programs (from Group No. 4, 5, or 6), are booked in advance for use within one 
year's time, a reduction of $2.50 per program is allowed. The rebate of $2.50 per program will be deducted from the 
price of the sixth program supplied, provided the user has submitted a written order in advance, for the use of at least 
six programs (in Group No. 4, 5, or 6 only), within one year's time. No discount can be allowed to dealers, or others, 
from any film in Group No. 5. 

*.\IJAS THE DEACON 

3ob Burns, Mischa Auer: Comedy of an 
imiable card-sharp who poses as a deacon. 

•ARGENTINE NIGHTS 

Xiti Bros., Andrews Sisters: Lilting music 
'ind hilarious comedy in Argentine pam- 
bas countr)'. 

•BACK STREET 

Charles Boyer, Margaret Sullavan: Drama 
if a girl who keeps in the back-street of 
he life of a wealthy man. (Aug. '42). 
kental $20.00. 

•BIG GUY 

Victor McLaglen, Jackie Cooper: Thrilling 
iiction movie of a jail warden who is 
■empted to keep some stolen money. 

■BOYS FROM SYRACUSE 

Allan Jones, Martha Raye, Joe Penner: A 
( arce comedy set in ancient Greece. 

[•INSIDE INFORMATION 

June Lang, Dick Foran: Detective story 
' n which robbers are tracked down with 
niaoscope and picture-shooting gun. 



•CALIFORNL-V STRAIGHT AHEAD 

John Wayne, Louise Latimer: Rivalry be- 
tween two men for dominance in the trans- 
portation world. 

•EAST SIDE OF HEAVEN 

Bing Crosby, Joan Blondell: Comedy with 
music. Bing's friend says the stars tell him 
not to work. 

•EX-CHAMP 

Victor McLaglen, Tom Brown, Constance 
Moore: A former champion prize-fighter 
helps his snobbish son. 

•FAMILY NEXT DOOR 
Hugh Herbert, Joy Hodges: Comedy in 
which the mother goes social, the daughter 
romantic, the. son goes big business and 
the father goes broke. 

•MISSING EVIDENCE 

Preston Foster, Irene Hervey: Thrilling 
detective story of sweepstake-ticket racket- 
eers. 



•FIRST LOVE 

Deanna Durbin, Helen Parrish, Robert 
Stack: Deanna has her first romance while 
living with snobbish relatives. Rental 
$20.00. 

•FOR LOVE OR MONEY 

June Lang, Robert Kent: Love-and-laugk 
comedy of a young pair pursued by hood- 
lums, bill-collectors and police. 

•GOODBYE BROADWAY 

Alice Brady, Charles Winninger: Comedy 
of Broadway headliner who buys a one- 
horse country hotel. 

•GREEN HELL 

Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Joan Bennett: Ex- 
citing movie of love and adventure in the 
Amazon jungles. 

•HOUSE OF SEVEN GABLES 
George Sanders, Margaret Lindsay: Drama 
from story by Hawthorne, of love despite 
disaster. 

•SERVICE DE LUXE 

Constance Bennett, Charles Ruggles: A- 
musing comedy of a girl who craves for a 
man to boss her. 



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SPECIAL PRODUCTIONS— GROUP No. 5 
All feature films In this group are Universal pictures. They are avaUable for showing in schools, clubs, churches prl 
vate homes, etc, pro\ided the locations are approved by the producers. Applicants for the use of these subjects are re 
quired to supply the information requested on the enclosed SPECIAL APPLICATION FORM. We suggest that these 

pictures be booked sufficiently in advance to allow for the additional time needed to secure such approvals, about two 

weeks' time- Release dates are shown for pictures not avaUable at the time this list was prepared. Each of the films 
rents at $17.50 per day, except the foUo«ing which rent at $20.00 each, per dav: "Back Street", "First Love" "\ Little 
Bit of Heaven", "Mad About Music" and "Spring Parade". Sufficient short subjects are included to make up complete 
eo.mmute shows. When six or more programs (from Group No. 4, 5, or 6), are booked in advance for use within one 
year's time, a reducHon of $2.50 per program is aUowed. The rebate of $250 per program will be deducted from the 
price of the sixth program supplied, provided the user has submitted a written order in advanre, for the use of at least 
sLv programs (in Group No. 4, 5, or 6 only), within one year's time. No discount can be aUowed to dealers, or others 
from any film in Group No. 5. 

{Continued from preceding page). 



* INVISIBLE aiAN RETURNS 

Sir Cedric Hardwicke, Nan Grey: Exciting 
mystery in which suits of clothes walk 
alone, and guns hang in mid-air. 

♦LETTER OF INTRODUCTION 

Adolphe Menjou, Andrea Leeds, Edgar 
Bergen, Charlie McCarthy: Comedy and 
great dramatic moments result from a letter. 

*A LITTLE BIT OF HEAV'EN 

Gloria Jean, Robert Stack, Hugh Herbert: 
The rise of a poor young girl to radio- 
singing fame. (April '42). Rental $20.00. 

*HL\D ABOUT MUSIC 

Deanna Durbin, Herbert Marshall: Com- 
edy-drama with an able supporting cast, 
and the marvelous Vienna Boys' Choir. 
Rental $20.00. 

*MA, HE'S MAKING EYES AT ME 
Tom Brown, Anne Nagel: A "swing- 
musical", with ideas to make girls fashion- 
conscious. 



*MY LITTLE CHICK.\DEE 

Mae West, W. C. Fields: Comedy- Western 
of a night-club entertainer who captivates 
the cowboys. 

*ONE NIGHT IN THE TROPICS 

Allan Jones, Nancy Kelly, Abbott & 
Costello: Comedy of a "love insurance" 
polic)'. (May '42). 

*SE\^N SINNERS 
Marlene Dietrich, John Wayne: Romance 
in which a cafe singer is always in trouble. 
(April '42). 

•PRESCRIPTION FOR ROMANCE 

Wendy Barrie, Kent Taylor: Hilarious ro- 
mantic comedy in which a bogus count is 
caught. 

*THE RAGE OF PARIS 

Danielle Darrieux, Douglas Fairbanks, Jr: 
Comedy of a model who takes a wrong 
address for a position. 

•SANDY IS A LADY 

Tom Brown, Nan Grey: Comedy of a baby 
;tar whose exploits provide much amuse- 
nent. 



•SPRING P.\RADE 

Deanna Durbin, Robert Cummings: Musi- 
cal, singing and dancing film of gay ro- 
mance in Vienna. Rental $20.00. 
♦SWING THAT CHEER i 

Tom Brown, Andy Devine, Constance 
Moore: College romance, and a thrilling 
football game. 

♦THE UNEXPECTED FATHER 
Baby Sandy, Shirley Ross, Dennis O'Keefe: 
Comedy of theater employees who rear £' 
baby by unconventional methods. 
♦WHEN THE D.4LTONS RODE 
Randolph Scott. Kay Francis: A doubit 
bank robbery and similar daring activities! 
♦WHERE DID YOU GET 

THAT GIRL? 
Helen Parrish, Charles Lang, Leon Errol: A 
band leader succeeds in the "swing music' 
field. (July'42). 
♦YOU CAN'T CHE.\T 

AN HONEST MAN 
W. C. Fields, Charlie McCarthy: Comedy 
in which Fields' screwball business goe 
bankrupt. 



SPECIAL PRODUCTIONS— GROUP No. 6 
The films in Group No. 6, are RKO pictures. They are made available to "shut-ins" only, — that is, persons who can no 
attend movie theaters because of physical incapacity, — provided the locations are approved by the producers, .\pplicant! 
for the use of these subjects are required to supply the information requested on the enclosed SPECIAL APPLICA 
TION FORM. We suggest that these pictures be booked sufficiently in advance, to allow for the additional time need 
ed to secure such approvals, — about two weeks' time. Release dates are shown for pictures not available at the tlmi 
this list was prepared. 

Each of the films rents at $17.50 per day, except the following which rent at $20.00 each, per day: "Abe Lincoln ii 
Illinois", "Kitty Foyle", "Little Women", "That's Right, You're Wrong" and "You'll Find Out". When six or more pro 
grams (from Group No. 4, 5, or 6), are booked in advance for use within one year's time, a reduction of $2.50 per pro 
g^ram is allowed. The rebate of $2.50 per program will be deducted from the price of the sixth program supplied, pro 
vided the user has submitted a written order in advance for at least six programs (from, Group No. 4, 5, or 6 only) 
to be rented within one year's time. Sufficient short subjects are included to make up complete 90.minute shows. Ni 
discount can be allowed to dealers, or others from any film in Group No. 6. 



♦ABE LINCOLN IN ILLINOIS 



Raymond Massey, Ruth Gordon: The ro- 



mance, fights ,ind triumphs of Lincoln. 
Rental $20.00. 



•.\LLEGH.\.\V UPRISING 

Claire Trevor, John Wayne, George 
Sanders: Mighty story of Pennsylvania's 
early frontiers. 



•KING KONG 

Fay Wray, Bruce Cabot: Adventure movie 
in which a huge, powerful monster is cap- 
tured. 



*D.\Y THE BOOKIES WEPT 

Joe Penner, Betty Grable: Comedy. Som 
taxi drivers plan revenge on racetracl 
bijok-makcrs who always win their bets 



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Prices are for overnight use only. Add half of the rental price for each additional day. No charge is made for time lost in transit. Trans- 
portation both ways is to be paid by the user. (Rental films sent by express can be returned by express at half of the outgoing rate if 
the user specifies "direct return shipment.") SUGGESTION: To avoid disappointment, select several alternate subjects. 

ALL FILMS LISTED IN THIS CATALOG ARE FOR USE IN 16 MM SOUND PROJECTORS ONLY 

SPECIAL PRODUCTIONS— GROUP No. 6 
The films in Group No. 6, are KKO pictures. They are made available to "shut.ins" only, — that is, persons who can not 
atlend movie theaters because of physical incapacity — provided the locations are approved by the producers. Applicants 
for the use of these subjects are required to supply the information requested on the enclosed SPECLVL APPLICA- 
TION FORM. We suggest that these pictures be booked sufficiently ui advance, to allow for the additional time needed 
to secure such approvals, — about two weeks' time. Release dates are shown for pictures not available at the time this list 
was prepared. 

Each of the films rents at $17.50 per day, except the following which rent at $20.00 each, per day: "Abe Lincoln in Illinois", 
"Kittj- Foyle", "Little Women", "That's Right, You're Wrong" and "You'll Find Out". When six or more programs 
(from Group No. 4, 3, or 6), are booked in advance for use within one year's time, a reduction of $3.30 per program is 
allowed. The rebate of $2.50 per program will be deducted from the price of the sixth program supplied, provided the 
user has submitted a written order in advance for at least six programs (from Group No. 4, 5, or 6 only), to be rented 
wittiin one year's time. Sufficient short subjects are included to make up complete 90.minute shows. No discount can 
be allowed to dealers, or others, from any film in Group No. 6. 

{Continued from preceding page). 



•.^NN.ABELLE T.AKES A TOUR 

lack Oakie, Lucille Ball: Comedy of a 
3ress-agent's wild publicity ideas. 
•ANNE OF WINDY POPLARS 
■\nne Shirley, James Ellison: Romantic 
irama of a charming young school teacher 
lading happiness. 
•BACHELOR MOTHER 
Ginger Rogers, David Niven: Comedy of 
I salesgirl whose interest in a foundling 
5aby wins her employer's sympathetic at- 
ention. 

•BRINGING UP BABY 
<atherine Hepburn, Cary Grant, Charlie 
(iuggles: A gay comedy in which the baby 
s a wild animal. 
■CAREFREE 

-red Astaire, Ginger Rogers, Ralph 
Bellamy: Comedy, with Irving Berlin's 
nusic. Ginger plays pranks on a psychia- 
rist. 

■CBLARRON 

irene Dunne, Richard Dix: Great rip- 
I'oaring, shooting 'Western story of pioneer 
lays. 

■CROSS COUNTRY ROiVIANCE 

Gene Raymond, 'Wendy Barrie: Sparkling 
i-omedy of a scatterbrained heiress and 
U dashing hero in a trailer. 

IA damsel in DISTRESS 

"red Astaire, Gracie Allen, George Burns: 
Zomical romance with Grade's goofy an- 
ics, and Astaire's brilliant dancing. 

DANCE GIRL, DANCE 

ulaureen G'Hara, Louis Hajnvard, Lucille 

'3all, Ralph Bellamy: Backstage drama of 

;wo pretty dancers, with comedy and catchy 

inelodies. 

■NO, NO, NANETTE 

Anna Neagle, Richard Carlson: Comedy 

vith music. Anna helps her uncle out of 

eminine entanglements. 



•FIFTH A\'ENUE GIRL 

Ginger Rogers, Walter Connolly, 'Verree 
Teasdale: Cheerful absurdity results when 
a working girl is hired as a rich man's 
companion. 

•FIGHT FOR YOUR LADY 
John Boles, Jack Oakie, Ida Lupino: Musi- 
cal romantic comedy featuring two singers, 
i wrestler and a duelling expert. 
'THE GREAT MAN VOTES 
John Barrymore, 'Virginia 'Weidler: Thrill- 
ing comedy in which the children's hero is 
rehabilitated. 
•GUNGA DIN 

Cary Grant, 'Victor Mc.Laglen, Douglas 
Fairbanks, Jr., Joan Fontaine: Kipling's 
great adventure drama of fighting in India. 
•HA\TNG .\ WONDERFUL TIME 
Ginger Rogers, Douglas Fairbanks, Jr: 
Comedy and romance in a vacation camp. 
•HIGH FLYERS 

Lupe 'Velez, Bert Wheeler, Robert Woolsey: 
The comedians steal a plane, then become 
involved in a jewel robbery. 
•HITTING A N"EW HIGH 
Lily Pons, Jack Oakie, Edward Everett 
Horton: A riotous musical comedy triumph 
is the result of a joyous hoax. 
♦HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE D-AME 
Charles Laughton, Maureen G'Hara: 'Victor 
Hugo's famous novel, with magnificent, 
spectacular scen es. 
•PM FROM THE CITY 
Joe Penner, Lorraine Kreuger: Comedy in 
which Joe hates horses, but turns dare-devil 
cowboy. 

•THE JOY OF LIVING 
Irene Dunne, Douglas Fairbanks, Jr: De- 
lightful comedy with music, on idea of 
doing as you please. 

•THE S-AINT'S DOUBLE TROUBLE 
George Sanders, Helene Whitney, Bela 
Lugosi: Detective story in which the Saint 
exposes a smuggling ring. 



•KITTY FOYLE 

Ginger Rogers, Dennis Morgan: Romance 
of a "white-collar" worker, and a wealthy 
society man. Rental $20.00. 
•LET'S MAKE MUSIC 
Bob Crosby, Jean Rogers: Comedy with 
music. A teacher writes a great song hit. 
•LTTlLE MEN 

Kay Francis, Jack Oakie and "Elsie"-the- 
Cow: Modern version of the Alcott book, 
but treatment is for adults. Romance with 
comedy. 

•LITTLE WOMEN 
Katherine Hepburn, Joan Bennett, Frances 
Dee, Paul Lukas, Jean Parker: Stirring 
picturization of the Alcott classic. Rental 
Rental $20.00. 
•LOVT: AFFAIR 

Irene Dunne, Charles Boyer: Romance on 
a Naples to New York steamship. 
•LUCKY PARTNERS 
Ginger Rogers, Ronald Colman: Delightful 
comedy-drama of a winning sweepstakes 
ticket. 

•THE M.AD MISS MANTON 
Barbara Stanwyck, Henry Fonda: Comedj 
thriller of society girl and reporter ro- 
mance. 

•THE MEXICAN SPITFIRE 
Leon Errol, Lupe Velez: Fast-paced comedy 
of a Latin entertainer in New York. 
•MEXICAN SPITFIRE OUT WEST 
Lupe Velez, Leon Errol: Errol's comical 
meddling in his nephew's affairs. 
•MILLIONAIRE PLAYBOY 
Joe Penner, Linda Hayes: Comedy in which 
Joe reacts strangely to kisses. 
•MY FAVORITE WIFE 
Irene Dunne, Cary Grant: Comedy of re- 
turn of missing wife when husband re- 
marries. 

TOM BROWN'S SCHOOLDAYS 
Sir C e d r i c Hardwicke, Freddie 
Bartholomew: Portrays the fun and excite- 
ment of English school life. 



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SPECIAL PRODUCTIONS-GROUP No. 6 
The films in Group No. 6, are RKO pictures. They are made availalde to "shut.ins" only, — that is, persons who can not 
attend movie theaters because of physical incapacity, — provided the locations are approved by the producers. Applicants 
for the use of these subjects are required to supply the information requested on the enclosed SPECLVL APPLICA. 
TION FORM. We suggest that these pictures be booked sufficiently in advance, to allow for the additional time needed 
to secure such approvals, — about two weeks' time. Release dates are sho\vn for pictures not available at the time this list 
was prepared. 

Each of the films rents at $17.50 per day, except the following which rent at $30.00 each, per day: "Abe Lincoln in Illinois". 
"Kitty Foyle", "Little Women", "That's Right, You're Wrong" and "You'll Find Out". WTien six or more programs 
(from Group Xo. 4, 5, or 6), are booked in advance for use mthin one year's time, a reduction of $2-50 per program is 
allowed. The rebate of $2.50 per program will be deducted from the price of the sixth program supplied, provided the 
user has submitted a written order in advance for at least six programs (from Group No. 4, 5, or 6 only), to be rented 
within one year's time. Sufficient short subjects are included to make up complete 90-minute shows. No discount can 
be allowed to dealers, or others, from any film in Group No. 6. 

{Continued from preceding page). 



*THE PRIMROSE PATH 

Ginger Rogers, Joel McCrea: True love 
brings a husband back to his wife, despite 
her family's reputation. 

•RADIO CITY REVELS 

Bob Burns, Jack Oakie, Kenny Baker: 
Musical show with laughs, songs and 
thrills. 

*ROOM SER^^CE 

Marx Bros., Lucille Ball: The comedians 
seek and find a backer for their show. 

♦THE S.AINT IN LONIK)N 

George Sanders, Sally Grey: Fascinating 
detective story, dealing with international 
crooks. 

*THE S.AINT IN NEW YORK 

Louis Ha>-ward, Kay Sutton: Detective 
story; the Saint wipes out some prominent 
gangsters. 

•THE SAINT IN PALM SPRINGS 

George Sanders, Wendy Barrie: The foe 
of criminals cleans up a foreign gang. 



•THE S.AINT T.AKES OVER 

George Sanders, Wendy Barrie: A super- 
detective solves a baffling mystery'. 
•SHE'S GOT EA'ERYTHING 
Ann Sothern, Gene Raymond, Parkykarkus: 
Hilarious comedy of a debutante who must 
marry a creditor. 
•STAGE DOOR 

Katherine Hepburn, Ginger Rogers, 
Adolphe Menjou: Comedy and drama of 
careers of stage-struck girls. 
•STORY OF ^•ERNON & 
IRENE CASTLE 
Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers, Edna May 
Oliver: Delightful career story of two 
world-famous dancers. 

^THAT'S RIGHT, YOU'RE WRONG 

Kay Kyser, Adolphe Menjou, Lucille Ball: 
An orchestra leader is mis-cast in a play. 
Rental $20.00. 
•THEY KNEW WHAT THEY 

WANTED 
Carole Lombard, Charles Laughton: Strange 
romance of a waterfront waitress, begun 
by mail. 



•TOO »LANY GIRLS 

Lucille Ball, Richard Carlson, Frances 

Langford: Collegiate comedy, with lights 

hit songs, and dances. 

•TOP HAT 

Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers, Edward 

Everett Horton: Gay, romantic musical and 

dancing film. 

•VIGIL IN THE NIGHT 

Carole Lombard, Brian Aherne, Anne 
Shirley: Dramatic adventures of two sister 
nurses; one careful, the other careless. 

•\TVACIOUS LADY 

Ginger Rogers, James Stewart: Comedy of 
romance between night club entertainer and 
a college professor, 

•YOU CAN'T FOOL YOUR WIFE 

Lucille Ball, James Ellison: Comedy ro- 
mance. Mother-in-law trouble separates s 
young couple, but love re-unites them. 

•YOU'LL FIND OUT 

Kay Kyser, Peter Lorre, Boris Karloff, Bela 
Lugosi: A musical mystery in a haunted 
house. Rental $20.00. 



SPECIAL PRODUCTIONS— GROUP No. 7 
Special approval is not required for the use of any subject in Group No. 7. No rebates are allowed on any quantity o) 
films used from this group. 



XH.601 THE CRIMSON CIRCLE 

(Noah Berry, June Duprez): Edgar 
Wallace's famous mystery of hooded terror, 
and masked vengeance. 73 min. Rental 
$10.00. 

XH.602 FATHER O'FLYNN 

Superb characterization of the famous Irish 
song, featuring Tom Burke and a good 
supporting Irish cast. 68 min. Rental 
$10.00. 

XH-603 FORBIDDEN TERRITORY 
(Gregory Ratoff, Binnie Barnes): Exciting 
adventures in Russia, where failure to suc- 
ceed meant death. 74 min. Rental $10.00. 

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XH.604 THE GIRL FROM MAXIM'S 

Sparkling, witt)- musical romance of Paris 
in the Gay Nineties. Risque, but inoffens- 
ive. 66 min. Rental $10.00. 

XH.603 INVTT.ATION TO 
THE WALTZ 

Lilian Harvey in Webber's famous oper- 
etta. A gay, romantic fantasy, with delight- 
ful music and dances. 81 min. Rental 
$10.00. 

XH.606 KATHLEEN 

Comedy-drama, based on the Irish classic, 
"Kathleen Mavourneen", with beautiful 

Irish melodies. 72 min. Rental $10.00. 



XH.607 THE 3IELODY JLAKER 

(Freddy Cunningham and his Melody Min 
strels): Comedy of a band-leader's ro 
mance ; with music, singing, and a splast 
of vivid drama. 66 min. Rental $10.00 



XH.608 AN OLD SPANISH CUSTOl 

(Featuring Buster Keaton): A colorfu 
comedy amid gay music and Spanisl 
t.ingos. 60 min. Rental $10.00. 

.\H.609 R.ANGLE RIVER 

Zane Grey's thrilling Western-type stoiy 
of an Australian rancher's battles with 
scheming band of outlaws. 72 min. Renta 

$10.00. 






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Prices are tor overnight use only Add h.ilt ot the rental price tor eacl; additional day, N,, charge is made tor time lost ,n transit Trin<;. 
portation both ways is to be paid by the user. (Rental films sent by express can be returned bv express at half of the outcoine rate if 
the user specifies direct return shipment.-) SUGGESTION: To avoid disappointment, select several alternate subjects 

ALL FILMS LISTED IN THIS CATALOG ARE FOR USE IN 16 M M SOUN D PROJECTORS ONLY 

SPEC 

Special approval is not required for the 
films used from this group. 



lAL PROUUCTIOAS -GROUP x\ 

use of any subject in Group No. 7. No 

{Coniiiiiicd from preceding p.ige). 



O. 



rebates are allowed on any quantity of 



XH.610 THE SECRET 

OF ST.4MBOUL 

(Valerie Hobson. J.imes Mason): A sen- 
sational spy melodrama, from the novel by 
James Wheatlev and George Hill. 74 min. 
Rental S 10.00. 

XH.611 SILENT NIGHT, 
HOLY NIGHT 
.\ story of Christmas in the Alps, inspired 
" the true story of the origin of the im- 
rtal hymn. 2'' min. Rental $15.00. 

\H.612 TIMBEKL.\NI> TERROR 

^iiirley Ann Richards and Frank 
i.eighton): Romance and drama of a lutn- 
ber camp, with thrilling scenes of tall 
trees, towering forest-giants, falling with 
thunder-like roars. 72 min. Rental S 10.00. 

XH.613 TRAILING THE JAGUAR 

Authentic, thrilling hunting adventures 
with bow and arrow, in Mexican jungle 
countrv. 20 min. Rental S4.'>0. 



XH-614 THE ^'OICE OF INDL\ 

A dramatized story of thrilling adventures 
in modern India. 36 min. Rental §5.00. 
.XH-631 BALTIMORE 
Highlights of a great, historic center. 10 
min. Rental SI. 50. 
XH.632 THE BEAUTIFtTL 
BLUE DANLTBE 
A symphonic pictorial description of the 
famous Danube River. Music, but no dia- 
logue. 10 min. Rental SI. 50. 
XH 633 CONQUEST OF THE ALPS 
A geographic study of Swiss mountains, 
rivers and lakes. 18 min. Rental S2.50. 
XH.634 THE FOUR B.\RRIERS 
A composite view of the four barriers that 
separate Switzerland from the rest of 
Europe. 8 min. Rental Si. 50. 
XH.635 aiEN OF THE ALPS 
Shows how Nature has protected this 
mountain country with, natural obstacles. 
10 min. Rental SI. 50. 



XH-636 SKIING ON YOUK FEET 

Learning how to ski, and how the experts 
do it. 9 min. Rental SI. 50. 

XH.630 INSIDE RUSSIA 

A documentary, impartial, unbiased film 
showing Russia's vastness; its life and 
people. 70 rain. Rental $15.00. 

XH.638 .\DMIRALS OF 
TOMORROW 

The training of a raw recruit, at Annapolis, 
to become a midshipman. 10 min. Rental 
SI. 50. 

XH-639 INDL\N VILL.\GES 

How the American Indian of today lives 
and governs himself. 8 min. Rental $1.50. 

XH.640 THEODORE ROOSEVELT 

The American rteet being sent around the 
world, and other highlights in the life of 
J great American. 9 min Rental Si 50 



COMEDY AND NOVELTY SUBJECTS— GROUP No. 7 



\H-621 IT'S A BIRD 

ledy of a metal-eating bird that eats 
.-_;. 'mobile parts, iind produces a flivver. 
1" min. Rental S3.00. 
XH.622 MAKING THE FUNNIES 
•.\ s how the comic sheets are made, and 
■duces some familiar characters. 10 
aiin. Rental SI. 50. 
XH.623 MY FTVE SONS 
Conga and Rhumba dances; Spanish rhythm 
music, with singing ; no dialogue. Produced 
in Havana. 11 min. Rental Si. 50. 
XH.624 RHYTHMS FROM CU^.\ 
Conga and Rhumba dances; Spanish rhythm 
music, with singing; no dialogue. Pro- 
duced in Havana. 11 min. Rental SI. 50. 



XH-625 SHORE LEA\ E 

Musical review of the British Marine Band 
and Chorus, with Hazel Ascot, talented 
juvenile dancing star. 10 min. Rental 
$1.50. 

XH.626 SYMPHONY OF 

THE SEASONS 
Pictorial musical cycle of the four sea- 
sons, and their moods. No dialogue. Class- 
ical music. 9 min. Rental $1.50. 

XH.627 OLD FAMILY ALBUM, 

No. 1 

Scenes of bygone days are revived, and 
songs typical of the period are sung. 8 
min. Rental Si. 50. 



XH-628 OLD F.\MILY ALBUM, 

No. 2 
Funny poses and out-moded attire are 
seen, while songs tj-pical of the period are 
sung. 8 min. Rental Si. 50. 

XH.629 TELL ME IF IT HURTS 

Comical treatment of a man's unexpected 
visit to his dentist. 10 min. Rental Si. 50. 

XH-637 THE YOUNG EXPLORER 

Adventures of a boy scout and his Indian 
guide in Canada's northwoods. 10 min. 
Rental $1.50. 



FOREIGN LANGUAGE FEATURE PICTURES. WITH 
SPECIAL PRODUCTIONS— GROUP No, 



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XH.6I0 THE AFF.\IRS OF 
5IR. FLOW 

(Fernand Gravet ) : A clever thief tricks 
his lawyer into leading a life of crime, but 
the lawyer wins the thief's beautiful sweet- 
heart. (In French, with English titles.) 90 
min. Rental SIO.OO. 
XH.616 EN S.\GA (Laila) 
Delightful story of the life of an attractive 
- I of Lapland. Praised by movie critics 
qualified educators. (In native lan- 

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XH.617 ESCAPE FROM 
\'ESTEKDAY 

(Featuring Ann,ibella, and Jean Gabin ) . 
Thrilling adventures of a beautiful dancer 
and her two admirers, in Morocco. Directed 
by Julien Duvivier. (In French, with 
English titles). 95 min. Rental SIO.OO. 

XH-618 THE ESKIMO BRIDE 

Heroic saga of Eskimo life, with native 

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lilies 111 liiciisli ,^.s nun. KliiI.iI >0.00. 



XH-6I9 THE GOLEM 

(Harry Bauer); Legend of 17th century of 
a figure of colossal strength, created to pro- 
tect the ghetto from persecution. ( In 
French; dialogue titles in English; ritual 
chants in Hebrew). 85 min. Rental $10.00. 
XH.620 THE VOLGA BOATMAN 
Dramatic adventures of a handsome army 
officer, posing as a hard-working boatman, 
who rescues the girl he loves. With ex- 
cellent sccnics, and impressive musical in- 
Itiliiues (In Flench, with titles in 
l.iiglislil. ^s mm. Rental iUVOO. 



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